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August 14, 2008



Probably one of the most important factors in securing MFPs is finding a well-established, trained and reseller. By default, most MFPs are a hackers dream, with insecure protocols like FTP and HTTP utilized for file transfer and configuration, due to their simplicity, and ease of setup. Enabling security features takes time and effort, and some serious planning to insure success. With MFPs now being utilized to scan confidential documents, there are several critical elements to securing your organization's confidential information: authentication, authorization, and privacy. In layman's terms: authentiate your users to lockdown scanning features, only authorize users to transmit confidential data through controlled channels, and enable the appropriate protocol or method to encrypt data and protect privacy.

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