7 Effective Tips for Securing Sensitive Documents from Internal Breaches

Protecting government information is one of the most critical national security challenges facing agencies today. Though much has been discussed about security solutions for networks, imaging and printing fleet management and MFP (Multi Function Printer) hard drives, the process of securing paper documentation has been grossly overlooked. Robert Hansen, a former FBI agent serving a life sentence, showed how damaging internal breaches could be when he stole highly sensitive security information out of FBI headquarters.

Failure to take steps to protect sensitive documents has serious consequences, and the breach could be currently undetected.

Join us for this critical webcast to hear what improved solutions are available to government personnel and contractors to restrict unauthorized access to sensitive data and learn about seven commonly overlooked at-risk areas of vulnerability.

Attendees will learn:

  • An overall strategy encompassing a range of solutions that provide effective protection while lowering costs
  • How to implement a strategy to secure and control print infrastructure using the latest industry applications
  • Technology to achieve energy savings and operational cost reductions at the same time


Michael Howard, World Wide Business Development Manager For Security Solutions, Hewlett Packard, Imaging and Printing Group

Mr. Howard has been educating customers on the importance of security policies and procedures in the imaging and printing areas. His career began in the security and technology field in the early 1980s as a cryptologist with the U.S. Navy. He then worked directly with the U.S. Department of Defense in the security field for five years before joining private industry and focusing on enterprise solutions for Security, Document Management, Core Content Management, and Output Management. Mr. Howard holds the GIAC Security Leadership, Certified HIPAA Professional, and Certified Security Compliance Specialist industry certifications.

All attendees will receive a FREE Security Action Plan that will provide step-by-step guidance through the process. Attendees will also have an opportunity to sign up for on-site workshops that can be tailored for a specific organization.