Monthly ArchivesMarch 2017

More Printer Security Talk standard

If you don’t have the context, read my previous post on comparing printers to VoIP—i.e., it’s another computer on our network. Now that you are in the right mindset, look around your office and see if you see a printer sitting somewhere. It might even do copies, scanning, and faxing. Super fancy ones might even connect to WiFi networks to make things easy for interoperability. So many of them have hard drives in them for document storage, logs, configuration, and the operating system that powers the device itself. When is the last time you upgraded the operating system on that printer? Are you using a default configuration or have you locked down all the things you don’t need? Better yet, ...

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That Printer is gonna GIT ya! standard

Of all of the devices we have out there on our networks, is it going to be printers, cameras, and thermostats that cause our undoing? “Wait… did you say, PRINTERS!?! Are you off your rocker, Brando?” That was one of the key warnings that came from HP, Inc. in January of this year. I was one of a dozen individuals invited to a day long summit at HP, Inc., where their product leaders and various security experts talked to us about hidden security problems in the enterprise, provided live demonstrations, a tour of the facility, and the highlight, an evening at the HP Garage in Palo Alto. Let’s take a moment and think back to the advancement of Voice over ...

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