This is the fourth in a series of posts from Lexmark security experts, designed to help you maximize print and network security. While high-profile, far-reaching security breaches like WannaCry are external, internal security breaches are actually more common. Information that is printed on or transmitted through print devices must be protected.
This is the third in a series of posts from Lexmark security experts, designed to help you maximize print and network security. With increased usage of mobile devices and the need to support BYOD initiatives, IT departments must strike a balance between providing users with the tools they need to boost efficiency while minimizing the risk of intrusion across networks […] Read More
There is a regular parade of stories in the media these days about companies losing data, either as a hardcopy printout or in digital form. Traditionally, the focus of content security is to prevent external threats such as viruses and hackers. However, threats like leaks, or unauthorized distribution of secure content that may come from inside an enterprise, are a […] Read More
Dennis Cunningham, vice president public sector for Perceptive Software, a Lexmark company, writes a timely post focusing on data security and the implications of the Edward Snowden data breach incident. A commitment to finding, securing and tracking sensitive data might just save your organization from a catastrophic data breach. In 1775, Benjamin Franklin said, “They who can give up essential […] Read More