Network Security

Viruses in the Queue: IT Pros Share Their Experiences Combating Printer Security Threats

Provided by HP

Category Network Security

Type White Paper

Length 9

Publish Date April 15 2014

Date posted March 09 2016

Overview

While it’s true that more breaches occur through other endpoints, it’s also true that network-connected multi-function printers (MFPs) can provide hackers a way into your network. Printers should be protected as rigorously as any other endpoint connected to the network.

Download this white paper to discover how organizations confronted viruses and data theft through their network-connected printers.


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