MFP Security Workshop

MFP Security Workshop
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In partnership with Chateaurel GmbH Germany and sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, Capital Document Solutions will be hosting a series of MFP Security Workshops in our Edinburgh and Aberdeen showrooms this April.

Security of the IT systems in your organisation is imperative. Components such as VPNs, firewalls, secure servers, PCs and mobile terminals are all fundamental elements of a successful corporate security strategy.

There is often one security measure that is overlooked, the security of data transferred through multi-functional products (MFPs), printers and copiers.

What security measures do you have in place for your printers and MFPs?

It is easy to forget that these devices have integrated hard drives and ports all connected to your network. It is now more important than ever before to review and asses any security risk they represent.

At our free Security Workshop you will learn everything you need to know about security when printing, copying and transmitting data in digital form.

Click here to discover more:

Download Chateaurel MFP Security Workshop Datasheet

Download Chateaurel Security for printers, copiers and MFPs Brochure

MFP Security Workshop Location and Dates

 

Edinburgh – April 16th 2013 – 2pm

Aberdeen – April 17th 2013 – 10.30am

 

MFP Security Workshop Content

 

  • Requirements of data protection legislation
  • Threat status for MFPs, printers and copiers
  • Live hacking
  • Practical recommendations for secure device configuration
  • Case studies for securing existing device fleets
  • Recommendations for an IT security strategy for the use of MFPs

Our consultants will support you in the process of ensuring a secure printing and copying environment by providing information at the workshop detailing what a MFP Security Assessment would involve and make recommendations that can be specifically tailored for your environment.

Security for printers, copiers and MFPs

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