Cybersecurity is an ongoing concern and focus for businesses, and as a result, the security landscape has been evolving at an exponential pace. Organizations often take essential security measures to protect endpoints traditionally thought to be more at risk of cyber threats, like laptops and PCs. However, print devices are often overlooked when developing cybersecurity protocols, which makes them a prime target for hackers.
A 2022 study found that 68% of organizations in the United States and Europe experienced data loss due to unsecure printing. Modern multi-functional printers (MFPs) offer a wide array of advanced productivity features to keep employees engaged and connect them to various business applications. Given their strategic importance in today’s workplace, how can we ensure MFPs have proper security measures in place so that they avoid becoming weak points that open doors to bad actors? Following are some steps Sharp has taken to address this:
SOURCE Sharp Electronics Corporation