November 21, 2022
Print security is not usually a priority for small and medium businesses (SMBs)—but it should be. The average cost of a print-related data breach is nearly $700,000, not including brand and reputation impacts, according to tech analyst firm Quocirca. Simply put, cyber-attacks are a risk most SMBs cannot afford to take.
What is the risk to your small business?
If your small business handles customers' personal and financial information—including facilitating funding and lending—you are responsible for complying with the FTC Safeguards Rule.
Small business owners often overlook the impact of data breaches caused by unsecured printers and all-in-ones. And often without an adequate security budget and dedicated IT team, SMBs are an easy target for cybercriminals, attacks and threats. Recovering from a breach can cost your business a lot—from missed opportunities to exposure of customer information, to hours offline.
Now's the time to re-evaluate the importance of secure printing in your business.
As a first step, it's critical for today's SMB owners to arm themselves with …
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