You know the value of your confidential data. Now just imagine the costs and damages if your information falls into the wrong hands. A breach in document security could result in unauthorised use or modification, harmful disclosure, or other unwanted outcomes – not to mention the average organisational cost of a data breach in Australia is $2 million.1 70 percent of companies reported accidental data breaches through printing, with a further 13 percent not sure if they had experienced a printing-related data breach.2
Technology has transformed the way employees conduct business. Today, documents take shape in not only the traditional hard copy forms, but also in electronic forms on desktops and in email. Since employees create, produce, distribute and capture these electronic documents differently than traditional paper documents, this information is at high risk of theft or loss. And with security intensive information projected to represent 45 percent of all information created by the end of 2012,3 companies must be prepared by securing the documents and document management systems that contain their most valuable asset – knowledge.
How can you keep your documents secure as well as ensure compliance to internal and external regulatory requirements?
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