Printing and Cyber Risk: Deal with IT or Die from IT
Whether it be a ransomware attack or a breach that lets cyberthieves make off with customer data, cyber risk is an ever-present danger for any print business—made worse in the age of COVID with more employees working from home on their own devices. Kevin Keane lays out some essential steps print businesses can take to boost their cybersecurity.
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Kevin Keane is a cybersecurity attorney whose initial career was spent in senior management roles in the printing industry. He writes and speaks often now about cyberrisk in all industries and is currently Vice President / General Counsel / Equity Partner in Beryllium, LLC, dba Beryllium InfoSec Collaborative in Minneapolis. You can reach him at [email protected]
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