Shared office printers can be the “weak link” in an information security plan. To protect valuable intellectual property and sensitive business information, most organizations today rely on a print management system that delays printing until an authorized user is present at the printer.
Most organizations today rely on a print management system that delays printing until an authorized user is present at the printer. The print management software must be paired with an effective user authentication and access control solution to ensure that printed material does not end up in the wrong hands.
According to an industry survey, 59% of companies reported a print-related data loss in 2018, with most of those losses involving accidental or intentional actions of internal users. With more than 90% of businesses still reporting that they rely heavily on paper for daily operations, print security must be taken every bit as seriously as digital information security.
In this white paper, you will learn how to guarantee secure access to networked multifunction printers (MFPs).