Planning for the Post COVID World – Are Your Customers Ready?

With the rollout of the COVID 19 vaccine now underway across many parts of the globe, there is an increasing level of optimism about the future and the gradual return to a form of near normality. For business leaders who have been in “survival mode”, in particular those involved in sectors worse hit by the pandemic, such as hospitality, travel and retail, this is welcome news.Understandably with staff now starting to return to their corporate offices, for all or part of their working week, organizations have been focusing their attention on ensuring the workplace is a safe and ‘COVID secure’ environment for their employees. However, alongside this critical issue, it is equally important that organizations review their data security and print policies and ensure their workflows meet all relevant regulatory compliance requirements. According to participants in the KPMG 2021 CEO Outlook Pulse Survey, cyber security risks and regulatory risks were cited as the number one and second equal greatest threat to their organization’s growth over the next 3 years.

In this current climate, enterprise employees continue to have a requirement to print, alongside access to virtual collaborative applications, and it is important that organizations put the necessary security measures in place so as not to fall prey to cyber security criminals, or open themselves up to compliance breaches.

The latest Global Print Security Landscape, 2020 report, commissioned by Quocirca, helps organizations understand potential security risks, and the measures that can be implemented to reduce exposures.

Download the Quocirca Print Security Landscape 2020 Report

SOURCE Ringdale

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