Managed Print for Security

Sharpen your organisational security and remove risk associated with the hard copy document with Managed Print Services from Stacked.

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While new regulatory requirements recognise that breaches are inevitable; organisations must prove they haven’t been negligent in their handling of customer data. If negligence is shown, organisations could be penalised with significant fines. We can help reduce your risk with the most comprehensive device, data, and document security.

An important consideration of course, is the hard copy printed document. We find that this is an area that is often overlooked in relation to GDPR as the considerations in relation to soft copy document storage can be so extensive and complicated.

Protecting your intellectual property in all formats is vital. Solutions like ‘Pin to Print’ and ‘Roam’ protect your hard copy documents from being picked up by the wrong person or from accidentally being left on the device for everyone to see.

Sensitive corporate information like financials, acquisitions, mergers, product research, market share and product or service launches all need to be protected from falling through gaps in your printer network, whether that gap is a physical or a virtual one.

With Managed Print Services from Stacked, we can help reduce your risk and in the case of an audit, show the relevant data protection authorities that you have taken steps to reduce the likelihood of a data breach involving a hard copy document.

If you are interested in booking a free printer assessment for your business, which will provide details as to how you can improve efficiencies, reduce costs and increase security on your printer network, get in touch now.

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References:
hp.com
https://www.sonicwall.com/resources/white-papers/mid-year-update-2019-sonicwall-cyber-threat-report/
* https://www.itgovernance.eu/blog/en/the-gdpr-what-exactly-is-personal-data
“[A]n identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person… Organisations usually collect many different types of information on people, and even if one piece of data doesn’t individuate someone, it could become relevant alongside other data.”