Live Webcast:

Print Network Security

Print devices create 10 security risks to your network—how are you dealing with them?



30 Minutes


Hackers lurk in the shadows trying to tap into your company’s customer data, personal data, or even financial data. One of the most overlooked access points could be your printers. Print device security is more complex than most companies plan for. Installing print devices on a network creates 10 separate risk points for your documents. If your organization is dedicated to maintaining the most secure environment possible for your documents, this informative webinar provided by ARC Document Solutions and Hewlett Packard will support those initiatives:

What you will learn:

  • 10 risk points that networked print devices create for modern companies
  • Real-world examples of how these risk points put your documents in jeopardy

Who should attend:

  • IT Professionals
  • CIO’s
  • Executives concerned about security
  • Procurement leaders that want security compliant technology


Session Speakers:


Kelly Mitchell, ARC National Director of Managed Print Services
With over 15 prior years of experience in the Managed Print Services industry, Kelly is accustomed to providing strategic support to clients and technically experienced with complex solutions. Kelly works directly with Operations and IT teams to define and implement complex print solutions. As a natural problem solver, he has designed processes and programs to support initiatives including quality control, internal communications, central repositories, business planning and strategic planning / execution.




Lindsey Hearst, HP Print Security Advisor, Channel Lead
In her role at HP Lindsey enjoys educating customers about the overlooked risk on their network, the printer. Her goal is to simplify print security so that users, IT, and security teams can better prevent their business from becoming the victim of a security breach through their print environment. She holds an MBA from Boise State University, and is working on her alphabet soup of security certifications which now include CompTIA Security+, ECCouncil Certified Ethical Hacker, and CompTIA Certified Cybersecurity Analyst.