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Print Security – How HP Has Your Back

February 16, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Is every entry to your network closed and locked tight?

In the modern, wireless office, nearly everything is connected to your network. It’s easy to overlook the importance of security for machines that we use on such a regular basis. It’s easy to forget that there is always a wolf at your door, just waiting for the smallest point of entry to appear. 

Join JMARK for this vital webinar, presented in partnership with our friends at HP. You’ll learn about threats to your I.T. security that you may be neglecting in your printer configuration, and how to close any holes in your defense. There may be a wolf at your door, but with the right fix, it’s easy to keep him out in the cold.

During this indispensable event, HP Security Technology Consultant Ethan Olson will share stats on security, explain HP’s approach to Print Security, and reveal how HP has your back in the fight against real-world data threats. He will cover both internal and external threats, such as code injection, masquerading, ransomware, rogue firmware, and much more. He’ll delve into security misconfiguration and sensitive data exposure, and analyze the types of security settings. He’ll also illustrate how HP’s progress in print threat prevention and security solutions can benefit your business.

Ethan Olson has been in I.T. for 20 years, 12 of those with HP. He spent most of his career in datacenter presales engineering, jumping to printers and specialized security in 2015.

CHECK I.T. OUT HERE ON 2/16/18!

 

 

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February 16, 2018
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11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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