Network Security

Printer and Embedded Device Security

Provided by HP

Category Network Security

Type White Paper

Length 16

Publish Date May 01 2015

Date posted March 09 2016

Overview

Printers and embedded devices have not kept up with the pace of security evolution. Today most printers and embedded devices are the weakest link in the security of a computer network, and they have been shown to provide an easy access path into other targets on the network. This Red Tiger Security paper from HPE highlights known security issues with printers and embedded devices, and offer security recommendations, tips, and techniques for implementing a security strategy for this class of devices.

Download this white paper to discover the known security issues with printers and embedded devices.

 

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