Ronald Chestang, Worldwide Senior Security Consultant for HP Inc., et al
ISSA has assembled a panel of experts to discuss insight and make predictions for the 2017 InfoSec challenges. 2016 was a monumental year in cyber security, with major news stories surfacing nearly every month. From email hacking impacting the United States political world to the October DNS attacks and the ongoing rise of Ransomware and IoT concerns, “Cyber” is huge right now. How will this growing spotlight on security translate in terms of media and regulatory attention? And what kinds of threats will dominate the 2017 landscape?
Michael Howard, Chief Print Security Advisor, HP Inc. and Dr. Larry Ponemon, Chairman & Founder, Ponemon Institute
According to a recent survey by the Ponemon Institute, network attached printers are an often overlooked area of IT security. In fact, 62% of the survey respondents indicated they are pessimistic about their ability to prevent the loss of data contained in printer mass storage and/or printed hardcopy documents.
Join Government Technology magazine, the Ponemon Institute and HP Inc. to hear more about this study and recommendations that will help you lower the risks associated with printers and printed materials in your organization. Topics will include:
•Detailed Results of the Study
•Best Practice Recommendations for Improving Printer Security and Compliance
•Examples of Security Breaches of Printed Materials and Strategies to Mitigate this Risk
This session is moderated by Mr. Harold Tuck, Senior Fellow, Government Technology.
Threats are becoming more sophisticated, industry regulations more complex, and workforces more mobile making print security more important than ever. However, most people are unaware of the potential security risks in their printing and imaging environment.
HP offers a wide variety of solutions that help safeguard documents and data at the printer and in transit, ultimately protecting the device, data, and document.
Visit hp.com/go/PrintersThatProtect for more information.