Read what the world's saying about print security
Quocirca’s Print Security Landscape study reveals increasing concerns around the risks of printing, and declining confidence in the ability to protect the print infrastructure against security breaches.
This important report includes key findings such as:
- IT security remains the top investment priority over the next 12 months.
- Confidence in how well the print infrastructure is protected against security breaches has decreased since the onset of COVID-19.
- In the last six months of 2020, two thirds of organisations have experienced data losses due to unsecure printing practices.
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As we launch our new cloud platform we’ve been asked how we secure data in the cloud.
So to give you the full scoop, from the ground up, we wrote a brand new whitepaper – Cloud Services Security in PaperCut MF.A conversation with Chris about security and stuff – part 2
In an earlier post, Chris and I were talking about human negligence as a prime contributor to print security breaches. As in, people leaving sensitive documents lying about by mistake.
Now, I don’t shy away from a little gossip in my blog posts, so I ask Chris if he’s heard any horror stories about human negligence.A conversation with Chris about security and stuff – part 1
Chatting with Chris Dance, PaperCut founder and CEO, can be a challenge. Not because of his position, mind you – he’s incredibly personable and always up for a chat.
No, it’s more because of his intellect. In a nutshell, he’s a little smarter than me. That’s the facts. Just like I’m a little taller than him, he’s a little smarter.
Here’s how it went …