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Recent research from Quocirca has revealed that businesses and organisations don’t prioritise print security despite over 60% admitting that they have experienced a print-related data breach.

The need for data security has never been greater and although there is often a focus on securing laptops and smartphones, the same attention is often lacking for the print environment.

Once you move on from the small local single function printers, to the advanced and sophisticated machines you see today, you expose yourself to a range of security issues that most are not aware of.

The network connectivity combined with the storage functions of the modern devices expose them to the same dangers as your laptop or smartphones. If you at the same time have a centralised print environment it means more users are sharing the devices and without the right controls you risk sensitive documents and information getting into the wrong hands.

The 5 step print security checklist

Luckily, there are 5 simple steps you can take to protect your print infrastructure and minimise the risks. Not only will these put your mind at ease, but also help you towards more sustainable printing, cutting both print waste and costs.

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Just 22% place a high priority on securing their print infrastructure and while financial and professional services sector consider print security a much higher priority, counterparts in the retail, manufacturing and the public sectors lag way behind.


DigitalTeam, a specialist division to the OfficeTeam Group have teamed up with world’s leader in document technology and services, Xerox and HP, to name a few. Our team of experts will help identify potential threats and proactively address them to limit the risk. With our partnership you are guaranteed the best technologies infused with the top security levels in the business.

Download the 5 steps to secure your printer network and let us help you maintain a secure print network environment.

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