Data Privacy and Security

How to Keep Printing, Scanning & Copying Processes GDPR Compliant

Provided by Xenith

Category Data Privacy and Security

Type White Paper

Length 13

Publish Date June 26 2017

Date posted June 30 2017

Overview

With GDPR coming into effect in less than a year, most organisations are already aware of the heavy financial penalties they’ll face if they fail to remain compliant. However, whilst the majority have already begun putting additional security measures in place to protect sensitive data, research has shown that up to 62% of all data breaches are a result of human error. With half of all printed documents being binned, organisations need to ensure they aren’t unknowingly throwing away personal data and compromising their security. This paper from Xenith discusses the importance of keeping printing, scanning and copying processes GDPR compliant, highlighting steps you can take to ensure you reduce document information risk.

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