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Printer Security Attacks – reduce your risks

See what experts are saying about printer security issues and how you can improve your printer security to better defend your network.
Recorded Jun 3 2016 55 mins
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Michael Howard, HP Chief Security Advisor; and Jason O'Keeffe, HP Security Consultant
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  • Rethinking printers in 2018: Benefits, security issues, challenges, & the cloud Recorded: Jul 5 2018 61 mins
    HP
    In our mobile-first, cloud-first world, where everyone is doing business from just about anywhere, it’s often difficult to see where printers, the workhorse of business, fit in.

    Despite all the changes – or perhaps because of all the changes – printing has become even more mission-critical. Whether it’s a creative comp or a confidential contract, printing is an essential business function. Today’s printers are often multifunction devices, requiring day-to-day management of mechanical, networking, communications, and consumable goods.

    Printers have been networked for decades, so it comes as no surprise that printers now connect to the Internet. What may come as a surprise is the reality that once your printers are connected to the Internet, they’re just a mere hop, skip, and jump away from cybercriminals.

    It’s not just your storage systems, networks, and servers that need to be protected; your printers need protection as well. In addition to protecting sensitive data, the latest generation of printers can make work easier, improve productivity, facilitate collaboration, and help you get deals done.

    This webcast covers the benefits and critical issues you need to keep in mind as you integrate printers into your workflows and security strategies in 2018 and beyond.

    - Learn about the threats and vulnerabilities that older-generation printers may pose

    - Explore the critical capabilities you should be looking for in next-generation printers and how to create the most efficiencies when managing your multifunction device fleet

    - Discover how helpful the newest printers can be, especially in a mobile-first, cloud-first environment

    To learn more about how to protect your business against attacks and ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:
    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • Stopping IoT-based Attacks on Enterprise Networks Recorded: Jul 5 2018 61 mins
    HP
    IOT devices, including printers, pose an increasing threat to enterprise networks.

    The many often undocumented devices on the network mean new surfaces for adversaries to attack, and new vulnerabilities to defend. And IoT attacks, such as Marai and Hide and Seek, are becoming more advanced.

    How prepared are we for these kinds of attacks? What is the current status of print security? Can we prevent attacks, and/or detect them when they occur? This webcast will examine specific attack areas, including data, management, monitoring and reporting, and make recommendations for protecting against various attacks. Viewers will also learn how protection is evolving from defensive to proactive.

    HP Security Experts Shivaun Albright (Distinguished Technologist) and Michael Howard (Head of Security Practice) joined this HP-sponsored webcast with SANS Institute. Shivaun and Michael will zero in on printers in this online presentation and give recommendations for protecting against attacks like these.

    To learn more about how to protect your business against attacks and ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:
    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • Introduction to HP Managed Print Services Recorded: Apr 16 2018 2 mins
    HP Secure Managed Print Services
    Cybercrime, internal breaches, compliance infringement and more can hurt your business. In addition to expensive fines and lawsuits, a security breach can result in a damaged reputation and loss of revenue.

    Due to the growing sophistication and perseverance of cybercriminals, network firewalls are proving to be insufficient security measures. Organizations need to fortify their endpoints behind the firewall, including network printers. But print security can be complicated. Enterprise-level multifunction printers (MFPs) have more than 250 security settings. Keeping devices, data, and documents secure across the fleet requires specialized knowledge and can be time-consuming.

    Let HP Secure Managed Print Services (MPS) manage security so you can focus on your core business. You can count on HP MPS to help assess your risks, secure and manage your fleet, maintain printer security compliance, and keep everything up to date with the latest protections.

    Obsess less and focus more on what you’re good at.

    Learn more here: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/services/securemps.html?jumpid=sc_p3aehv6yid
  • HP Security Expert Video Series - Video 2: HP Solutions Recorded: Apr 9 2018 9 mins
    Michael Howard
    In this second video of a 2 part series, Michael Howard, HP Inc.'s WW Chief Security Advisor, shares How is HP Bringing Solutions to your Organization.

    To learn more about how to ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:

    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • HP Security Expert Video Series - Video 1: Why Security is Important to Business Recorded: Apr 8 2018 8 mins
    Michael Howard
    In this first video of a 2-video series, Michael Howard, HP Inc.'s WW Chief Security Advisor, shares insights on Why Security is Important to your Business
  • Nothing is Safe with The Wolf in your Midst Recorded: Apr 7 2018 7 mins
    Christian Slater, Actor
    The Wolf steals data just because he can.

    Company secrets. Employee identities. Financial data. They’re all at risk when The Wolf is on the prowl for a vulnerable network. Watch the film and see how a hacker, portrayed by Christian Slater, exploits unsecured printers and PCs and takes down companies.

    Printer security is about more than just your printers.

    It’s about helping secure your entire network from data theft by handling threats as they happen. Only HP enterprise printers offer built-in malware protection, including runtime intrusion detection and HP Sure Start, the industry’s only self-healing BIOS.

    If you're not taking your printer security seriously, someone else might be. From director Lance Acord comes The Wolf starring Christian Slater.

    To learn more about how to ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:

    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • The Wolf: The Hunt Continues Recorded: Apr 6 2018 8 mins
    Christian Slater, Actor
    The Wolf is on the prowl, breaking through network security, devouring data.
     
    Find out how you can protect yourself from predators by securing printing.
     
    Your first layer of defense: printers with built-in protection.

    The moment an attack starts, HP printers detect it, stop it, and self-heal. All without IT intervention. HP enterprise printers—it’s the powerful security that every office needs.
     
    What you need to get HP secure:

    With over 60% of companies reporting a print-related data breach in the past year, it’s time to invest in complete security and defend your devices, data, and documents. Get the help you need with fundamental and advanced security offerings from HP.
     
    If you're not taking your printer security seriously, someone else might be. From director Lance Acord comes The Wolf starring Christian Slater.

    To learn more about how to ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:

    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w”
  • The Fixer Stops Hackers like The Wolf in their Tracks with HP Print Security Recorded: Apr 5 2018 2 mins
    Jonathan Banks, Actor
    The Fixer (Jonathan Banks) is here to put The Wolf on a leash with an HP Enterprise printer featuring Run-Time Intrusion Detection that is constantly protecting against malware attacks.

    HP Run-Time Intrusion Detection:

    - Monitors complex firmware and memory operations, automatically stops the intrusion and reboots in the event of an attack
    - Protects HP business printers from becoming an entry point for attacks on your network
    - Offers the only real-time detection, automated monitoring, and built-in software validation to stop threats the moment they start
  • The Fixer is Here to Tame Hackers like The Wolf with HP SureStart Print Security Recorded: Apr 4 2018 2 mins
    Jonathan Banks, Actor
    Armed with an HP Enterprise printer featuring HP Sure Start self-healing BIOS protection, The Fixer (Jonathan Banks) is going to make sure The Wolf never leaves a scratch on this place again.

    HP Sure Start:

    - Protects against malware by detecting, stopping, and self-healing from BIOS attacks
    - Prevents the execution of malicious code during bootup by allowing only HP-signed, genuine code to be loaded
    - Restarts with a safe “golden copy” of its BIOS, if compromised
    - Is the industry’s only self-healing BIOS
  • The Fixer Bites Back Against Hackers like The Wolf with HP Secure Print Services Recorded: Apr 3 2018 2 mins
    Jonathan Banks, Actor
    After The Wolf brings down a hospital, The Fixer (Jonathan Banks) shows them how to bite back with help from HP Managed Print Services.

    HP Secure Managed Print Services:

    - Works to identify your risks, then develop and implement a custom print security policy and plan
    - Manages your print security from device hardening to deploying advanced security solutions to address people, processes and compliance requirements
    - Helps secure your fleet with the industry’s strongest print security protections

    To learn more about how to ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:

    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • A Journey through HP’s Embedded Print Security Recorded: Apr 2 2018 2 mins
    Jonathan Banks, Actor
    Newsflash: If your print fleet can’t detect, stop, and self-heal from an attack, your company may be at risk.

    HP Sure Start: it’s like chicken soup for your printer’s soul. Checks BIOS code and, if there’s something sketchy, it restarts with a safe “golden copy”. Detect, protect, and self-heal.

    HP Connection Inspector: keep your printer from talking to strangers. Keeps an eye on printer connections and stops suspicious activity by triggering a self-healing reboot.

    HP Run-time intrusion detection: stops attacks to your printer in real time. Detects a threat and self-heals before you realize what happened.

    All of this—only with HP enterprise printers.

    To learn more about how to ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:

    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • The New Rules of Cybersecurity That You Need to Know Recorded: Apr 1 2018 3 mins
    HP Experts, Jason O’Keeffe and Vali Ali
    In cybersecurity, it’s not if you’re going to get compromised—you will get compromised. Millions of viruses are getting released every day. What you don’t know will hurt you.

    HP experts Jason O’Keeffe and Vali Ali draw on direct experience with customers to contextualize the threats for a range of business sizes, from mid-market to enterprise, offering salient tips on how to navigate in today’s cybersecurity landscape.

    Bottom line: you should treat all endpoints with the same degree of priority—this includes your printers.

    To learn more about securing your printers, click here: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • Introducing the Latest Printing Innovation: HP PageWide Pro Recorded: Mar 6 2018 3 mins
    HP Inc.
    Introducing HP’s line of A3 PageWide pro printers and MFPs—the next generation of printing with PageWide technology. Save up to 40% on your color cost per page, versus laser printers, while printing faster than other color MFPs in their class. So you get high performance without compromise. Get the best-in-class total cost of ownership and fastest speeds, plus world’s most secure printing and best-in-class energy efficiency, with the HP PageWide printers.

    These new MFPs from HP transform the copier experience for customers and service professionals, and leads the way as the world’s most secure. HP business printers are pro­tected from attack by continuous self-monitoring. In the event that a printer is compromised, HP Sure Start — the only self-healing BIOS in the industry — forces the printer to immediately reboot and overwrite corrupted code with an embedded, isolated clean copy.

    Watch this video to learn more the latest printing innovation.

    You can also learn more about A3 on our landing page here: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/printers/a3-multifunction.html?jumpid=sc_f3yev5ri2q
  • Introducing the Latest Printing Innovation: HP A3 PageWide Managed E-Series MFPs Recorded: Mar 6 2018 3 mins
    HP Inc.
    Modern business demands forward-thinking technology—it’s why HP engineered the next generation of HP PageWide to deliver a competitive edge from every angle: breakthrough low color cost, maximum uptime, and the industry’s strongest security.

    These new MFPs from HP transform the copier experience for customers and service professionals, and leads the way as the world’s most secure. HP business printers are pro­tected from attack by continuous self-monitoring. In the event that a printer is compromised, HP Sure Start — the only self-healing BIOS in the industry — forces the printer to immediately reboot and overwrite corrupted code with an embedded, isolated clean copy.

    As a part of the managed series, HP’s Smart printers work harder with managed print services. HP Managed Print Services can help you optimize, manage, and improve your printing and document management. HP and partners will help you find a solution that will keep your business safe and run­ning smoothly, proactively maintained over time to address evolving threats and compliance requirements.

    What this video to learn what an A3 multifunction printer and managed print services can do for your business.

    You can also learn more about A3 on our landing page here: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/printers/a3-multifunction.html?jumpid=sc_f3yev5ri2q
  • HP/ISSA Jan 2017 Webinar - 2016 Security Review & Predictions for 2017 Recorded: Jan 27 2017 105 mins
    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?
  • The Insecurity of Network Printers - A GovTech Webcast Recorded: Aug 5 2016 61 mins
    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.
  • Printer Security Attacks – reduce your risks Recorded: Jun 3 2016 55 mins
    Michael Howard, HP Chief Security Advisor; and Jason O'Keeffe, HP Security Consultant
    See what experts are saying about printer security issues and how you can improve your printer security to better defend your network.
  • Printer Security Breach - Not on your watch Recorded: Apr 7 2016 50 mins
    Tuan Tran, Patricia Titus, Shivaun Albright, Jason Carney
    Even behind the firewall, hackers can access your data through network printers - find out why and what to do.
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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.

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