Improving Print Security in Government Agencies

Government data is valuable, and everybody knows it. Cybercriminals are constantly looking for ways to break into secured systems and obtain the information they are safeguarding—and they’re getting better at it all the time.

Security is a difficult element to manage, particularly when it comes to the print environment. IT professionals often feel that ease of use and security are mutually exclusive, but they don’t have to be. In this eight-page paper we explain the importance of securing your print network, present recent news on data-breach frequency and discuss how to shore up your print environment without unduly inconveniencing your print users.

Topics discussed include:

  • Common areas of weakness in government data security
  • The costs and repercussions of a data breach
  • Eliminating print servers as a central attack vector
  • Monitoring and auditing print activity
  • Document release standards
  • FIPS compliance
  • Maintaining document integrity
  • Protecting and ensuring a secure print infrastructure
  • End-to-end print strategy
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