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1.2.1

MFP Hardcopy Vulnerability

The primary task of an MFP is to print documents. Printed documents are vulnerable to both unintentional and intentional
security breaches. Potential document security issues include the following:
Unintentional removal
Paper jams
Intentional removal
Copying
1.2.2

MFP Electronic Vulnerability

The additional tasks an MFP performs (Copy, FAX, Scan, Email, Network, Document Storage), create many more
opportunities for security breaches. These tasks all share a common process – electronic routing of the information.
During this electronic routing, the information can be stored on and transferred through many vulnerable locations on the
MFP. These locations can include the following:
Phone line (FAX)
Ethernet (network connection)
Hard Drive (stored documents from fax, E-mail, network, and scan)
USB
1.2.3

Common Results of Having an Unsecured MFP

Some of the most common results associated with an unsecured MFP include the following:
Unauthorized use by a malicious user
Identity theft
Stolen information
Lawsuits from stolen information
Loss of access
Loss of productivity.
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