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    Identifying and securing areas of the business you may have never considered a security risk Identifying and securing areas of the business you may have never considered a security risk Presentation Transcript

    • Identifying and securing areas of the business you may have never considered a security risk
    • On 12 March reforms to the Federal Government’s privacy legislation came into effect. New privacy laws are now in effect.
    • The penalties and risks that businesses may be liable: The Federal Government is making organisations more accountable for protecting data, with the power to impose fines of up to $340,000 for individuals and $1.7 million for companies that fail to take reasonable steps. .
    • Protecting confidential documents is more critical in business today than ever before. What has changed? For more information visit www.oaic.gov.au
    • Are people concerned about their privacy? For more information visit www.oaic.gov.au
    • 60% have decided not to deal with an organisation because of concerns about privacy. Source: Office of the Australian Information Commissioner’s (OAIC) 2013 Community Attitudes to Privacy survey
    • 33% of Australians reported that they had a problem with how their personal information was handled in the previous 12 months. Source: Office of the Australian Information Commissioner’s (OAIC) 2013 Community Attitudes to Privacy survey
    • Source: Woolcott Research “Document & Data Security” 94% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 59% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 23% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Document Security – level of Risk Awareness Document Security – level of Risk Concern Printer Security – level of Risk Concern Level of awareness vs risk in a business
    • What about multifunction printers? An MFP is a powerful business asset, but left unsecured, MFPs and networked printers remain a critical source of vulnerability.
    • Potential Security Threats Unclaimed Output tray Unauthorised access to the printer or MFP with no trace Unauthorised changes to settings to gain access. Hardware Theft Network sniffing – data from PC and printer Store thousands of scanned images
    • Accidental data breaches through printing Are you at risk? Quocrica, “Printing: a false sense of security”.
    • What can you do? 7 steps you can take to help keep your multifunction printer data secure from potential risk.