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Are you at risk of a printer security breach?

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Having a rock-solid security plan in today’s world means not only physical security but also cybersecurity. It’s critical to invest in risk management across your business, network, and data systems. That means leaning into all security options to ensure your business is completely protected, even from a printer security breach.

That said, it’s time to do a quick overview of your security. Do you have teams focused on proactive security measures? Is your help desk and IT team allotted enough time to evaluate risks? Have you taken necessary precautions to prevent a major security issue?

If any of these questions give you pause, it’s time to reevaluate your risk management processes.

Today’s Risks Look Different

The risk of someone physically breaking into your office and stealing things is still present, of course. But now, the new risks lie in online issues.

Could someone hack your network or your printer? If you don’t know for sure, time to learn more about potential problems and how to apply some prevention to your risk management plan.

Security Concerns and Solutions

Security concerns include internal data loss, external hacks, software loopholes, printer hacks, unapplied patches, and more.

Your risk management plan should address these issues, in addition to applying solutions like managed IT, cybersecurity, encrypted communication, secure printing and file folders, and more.

Where Security Starts

With Standley’s, you can mitigate common business risks while overseeing growth and change in your organization – it’s not one or the other. We’ll work with you to provide access while reducing threats to your company. Ready to find out more? Let’s talk.


Written by dcoatney

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