Business people in Edinburgh have benefited from advice on improving document and device security as part of a seminar organised by Capital Document Solutions.
An award-winning office equipment specialist Capital hosted the event, Security & Sauvignon, at the company’s McDonald Road headquarters.
The event, which was attended by a number of senior IT directors and managers from both the private and public sectors, highlighted the importance of securing devices and documents from potential external threats. It also included wine tasting and an informal networking session.
Run in partnership with German firm Chateaurel GmbH, the seminar was sponsored by technology giant Hewlett-Packard. It featured engaging presentations – aimed at protecting data and mitigating the risk of security breaches – from keynote speaker Hendrik Herberger, a leading authority on print security, and Graham Thompson, professional services consultant at Capital.
Additionally, a similar event was held for customers in Aberdeen.
“We were delighted with the feedback we received from delegates who found the seminar engaging and thought provoking – particularly with the warning to protect your documents and devices against the so-called ‘digital timebomb.’
“We would like to thank everyone who attended as well as our speakers, Hendrik and Graham, who helped make the event a resounding success.
“It proved to be a great opportunity for members of our team to meet with existing customers and establish relationships with potential clients, as well as explain the benefits of enhancing security.”