What Does Your Copier Say About You?


“We are required to notify you of a security breach in which your name, address, social security number, date of birth and medical history may have been released.”

How would you like to send this notice to your 450,000 customers, the state’s consumer protection agency and your shareholders?

CBS news recently bought four used copier machines to see what was on the hard drives. CBS then downloaded a forensic software program from the Internet to “read” the hard drives of the copiers...

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