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It’s just a copy machine…right? Actually, your photocopier is more likely a sophisticated computer with a hard drive that can store around 20,000 documents. Sensitive information like payroll or tax documents may be saved permanently — making the machine a security risk when it’s retired. We’ll learn how to protect private data and prevent inadvertent security breaches from your copy machine.
- Andrew Afifi Technology security specialist; Managing Director and Founder, CISSP.COM
- Ira Winkler Technology security specialist; president of the Internet Security Advisors Group; and author of "Spies Among Us: How to Stop the Spies, Terrorists, Hackers, and Criminals You Don't Even Know You Encounter Every Day" (Wiley)
- Vince Janelli Associate Director, Applications and Partners, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America
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