Research suggests the average time it takes organizations to discover a breach is over 200 days and around 70 days to contain it. It is clear that many companies do not have adequate procedures and solutions in place to identify, assess, and address data breach incidents even though they are becoming more commonplace.
One particular area that can cause headaches for IT security teams is the print environment and in particular, employees printing documents while working from home. Home office print devices are often not secure and organizations may lack the ability to track and audit home office printing content and activity. This raises the question – is home office printing by employees leaving organizations open to a data breach, non compliance and a potential costly fine?