How Secure is Your Office?

Multifunction Printers

  • Unclaimed documents left at the device can end up in the wrong hands
  • Outdated and unsecured MFPs can serve as a “secret” backdoor into your network
  • Hackers can steal printer logs with sensitive information or cause damage to a device
  • Files sent through a wireless connection to be printed can be intercepted
  • 60% of businesses lose their data through printer security breaches.

IoT Devices

  • All internet connected devices represent a possible entryway into your network
  • IoT devices lacking the latest operating system updates are more vulnerable
  • Dead or unsupported apps can serve as a potential gateway to your network
  • Smartphones and tablets containing sensitive company data can be lost or stolen
  • 90% of device manufacturers did not feel conf ident their devices had adequate security precautions in place.


  • Outdated firewall, antivirus, and operating systems widen our gap of vulnerability
  • Weak network traffic restrictions can lead to infections from corrupt emails and websites
  • Malicious software can take control of your computer and files not backed up can be lost
  • 79% of companies could have prevented a breach with a software patch or configuration change.


  • Global spending on security awareness training for employees is one of the fastest growing categories in cybersecurity
  • It only takes one click on the wrong email or website for a hacker to have access to your network
  • Downloading unverified software can infect your system
  • 90% of successful hacks and data breaches stem from phishing scams.



  1. IoT For All: Current State of IoT Cybersecurity 
  2. Voke Research Market Snapshot Report 
  3. Cybersecurity Ventures  

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