How to Secure Your Office Printing Infrastructure [Webinar]

Kevin Pickhardt

Kevin Pickhardt Kevin Pickhardt

Chief Executive Officer

KEVIN PROGRAMMED HIS FIRST COMPUTER, an Ohio Scientific, in high school in 1979. The thrill of that experience started him down a path of continual discovery that he maintains to this day. A student of nearly everything in his life, Kevin believes strongly in the value of endless learning. He is constantly taking on projects around the house that begin with taking things apart that he may not be able to put back together. He often has a similar strategy with his golf swing.

Whether it’s alone or with friends, Kevin enjoys playing golf — something that he can never master. He is especially proud of his wife and two daughters and the laughter they share.

“I am most proud when I see my colleagues growing and enjoying life with each other, and when I hear that we have made life a little easier for our clients. It is my goal for Pharos to make a positive and lasting difference in the lives of everyone we touch. Anytime I see that promise being delivered it is a good day.”

Printers might not leap to mind when you think about the most high-risk security targets. As experts in the print industry, we know the threat is greater than many people think.

There have been several recent incidents in the news on printer-related security breaches. Most likely, there are many more such security events that never make it to the public arena.

You might not realize it, but your network printers can introduce serious security and confidentiality risk if not properly managed. You also need to consider the print output from these devices. Every day, sensitive information is printed and then forgotten in output trays. You could have a serious security breach if confidential documents are collected by the wrong person and taken offsite.

We recently hosted a live webinar on the critical role of office printing in the corporate security landscape. The strong attendance at this event reinforces how serious this issue is to IT managers and security professionals everywhere.

Click here to access the recording of this popular webinar. Watch and listen at your own pace—you’ll learn 7 things you must do to secure your printing infrastructure. As your organization continually refines its security strategy, make it a priority to secure your printers and documents.


You probably don’t want to spend your time and energy thinking about print optimization. Focus on what matters most to your business while we work to design a holistic print strategy for your enterprise. You’ll be surprised to see how much more efficient your printing operations can be and how much money you can save your organization every year. Start the conversation today!

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