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Thursday, June 01, 2017  11:49 AM

A rogue printer is born when someone in your organization purchases and installs a printer on the company network without informing the IT or Security team. Being unaware of IT security risks, they often leave the printer with its factory-installed default settings, usernames, and passwords. These defaults are designed to make the device available for interaction with a wide variety of networks, which results in an open invitation to hackers. You can avoid this scenario by using a security protocol called rogue device detection to automatically scan and alert you to any unsecure printer on your network.

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Monday, May 01, 2017  11:31 AM

More than half of IT managers say their printers are vulnerable to cyber hackers. Two thirds admit they’re likely already infected with malware. And recently, one hacker successfully hijacked over 150,000 printers in a single weekend, just to prove how easy it was. Printer hacking is an epidemic, and it’s only getting worse.

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