Most modern offices use a variety of connected devices to handle day-to-day operations. And while networked office equipment like multi-function printers (MFPs) provide several benefits to businesses, sometimes they can present hazards to business security.
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Multi-function office printers are an essential piece of equipment for many businesses. Not only do they provide a much more efficient way of managing administrative tasks in the workplace, but they also help to improve productivity levels within various departments.
Your company’s biggest cyber security vulnerability has nothing to do with your network or your equipment — it’s your own employees.
No, we’re not talking about a member of your team purposefully doing something malicious to undermine your IT security. But employees don’t always show up knowing how to defend your business from outside cyber attacks. Your team is your business’s last line of defense, and yet many people don’t have the cyber security skills they need. From phishing scams to social engineering to web browsing, employees need to be trained on cyber security best practices to protect your company.