Author: Stephen Montoya / Source: Rio Rancho Observer
Black-hat hackers don’t need your computer to hack your personal or professional system anymore; instead many cyber thieves are using your wireless printer to gain access to all of your files.
This subject, along with a presentation from Aon Cyber Risk Insurance, brought this very real fear to the forefront of a Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce luncheon held at Hewlett-Packard May 19.
Kris Grano said HP knows that having a cyber-security budget for many small businesses is tough.
“Cyber challenges are hitting many businesses when we have fewer and fewer resources, and it really puts many of us in a bind,” Grano said. “We are currently working on some holistic ways of securing your business without a huge cost.”
Grano said printer maintenance has moved beyond just…
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