The continued rise in cybersecurity incidents and a continued reliance on print require increasingly effective print security. However, results of a study published by Quocirca suggest that organizations are struggling to keep up with print security demands, with many experiencing data losses as the result of unsecure printing practices. In positioning Konica Minolta as a ‘Leader,’ Quocirca acknowledges the company as having a strong strategic vision and a comprehensive print security product and service offering.
Organizations face ongoing challenges in securing print infrastructure. Home printing continues to cause security concerns, with employee shadow purchasing making it harder to control document security. Print-related data breaches remain prevalent, leading to lower confidence, particularly among SMBs, in the security of print.
Quocirca recently reaffirmed that security is a core component of Konica Minolta’s Intelligent Connected Workplace portfolio, which encompasses a range of solutions to address the digital transformation needs of businesses of all sizes. In its latest “The Print Security Landscape, 2023 – Securing the print infrastructure amidst a growing threat landscape” report, Quocirca reaffirmed Konica Minolta as a market leader for significant investments in their hardware, solutions and services portfolio and infrastructure.
The report also recognizes Konica Minolta’s security portfolio for spanning print and document security across its MFP portfolio and IT security services, as well as video security, compliance and risk management. Konica Minolta’s managed print security services provide monitoring and management of print devices and systems, including device security profile management, vulnerability scanning and intrusion detection, and print policy enforcement.
If you’re ready to learn how to securing your print infrastructure amidst a growing threat landscape, download the Quocirca report now.
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