The Enterprise Guide to Securing Printers is intended to raise awareness of security issues related to modern business printers and common printing practices, as well as considerations for improving enterprise printer security.
If you’re tasked with buying, installing, or securing printers in enterprise networks, this guide refrains from highly technical information and focuses on high-level security concepts rather than how-to implementation.
It’s a great starting place for evaluating security issues, but make sure to refer to product documentation for detailed instructions. While many recommendations apply to printer settings, some measures must be implemented via other devices (e.g., network routers).
What you’ll find inside:
- Part I: Managing the Conflict Between Business Productivity and IT Security
- Part II: A Pragmatic Approach to Securing Enterprise Printers
- Four Categories of Security Threats to Printers
- Printer Security Vulnerabilities
- Implementing a Security Strategy
- Part III: A Checklist for Securing Printers
- User Identity and Access Management (IAM)
- User monitoring