Global IT security is once again headline news, with the WannaCry virus infecting businesses, hospitals and universities across the globe.
Cyber attacks are commonplace and riskier than ever, with computers that travel with employees, and mobile devices that allow access to email, files and data anytime, anywhere.
Knowing this easy access to information increases risk as well as productivity, CIOs now consider mobile and remote workers, and the security implications of their work environments, a vital part of the IT planning process.
But there is a security risk inside the building that is often overlooked—print security.
The bottom line is this: unsecured print equals unsecured IT. Consider the thousands of potential security threats across an output fleet made up of varied devices and vendors, each of which must be managed separately to ensure security. Each day with an outdated, multi-vendor fleet means an increased risk of security breaches.