Webinar: The Perimeter Is Crumbling — Why Print and Document Security Is a Top Priority
Many organizations have contracted with a Managed Print Services provider to drive efficiency and reduce costs, however, print and document security have gone largely overlooked. Today, securing your printing is one of the best steps you can take to protect your business-critical information.
Register today to learn:
- What a print security data breach could end up costing your organization
- Why print and document security has been overlooked until now
- Print vulnerabilities and how to raise visibility to them
- The difference between device and content security — and why it matters
Date: Wednesday, April 25
Time: 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET
First 100 registrants will receive a free copy of Clifford Stoll’s The Cuckoo’s Egg: Tracking a Spy Through the Maze of Computer Espionage — the book that arguably first brought cybersecurity and computer espionage into the public eye. It’s a must-read recommended by Fortune 500 CISO and panelist Dr. Alissa Johnson.
Dr. Alissa Johnson is the Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer at Xerox Corporation. She is responsible for protecting the information assets of this $11 billion technology leader. Prior to Xerox, Dr. Johnson served as the first chief information security officer at Stryker Corporation and served as the deputy chief information officer of the White House for three years.
Frank Dickson is a Research VP within IDC’s Security Products research practice. In this role, he provides thought leadership and guidance for clients on a wide range of security products including endpoint security, identity and access management, authentication, threat analytics and emerging products designed to protect transforming architectures and business models
Robert Palmer is a Research VP within IDC’s Imaging, Printing and Document Solutions team. He is responsible for written research, forecasts and analysis in multiple practice areas covering managed print services, document solutions, business workflow automation and optimization and hard copy transformation. Mr. Palmer’s research also includes a particular emphasis on the office imaging channel and transformational strategies and technologies impacting the future of the office imaging market.