The importance of data security in your print business cannot be overstated.
Evolving market changes are transitioning your business models through the transformation of legacy operations, learning how to maximize resources (IT, production), increasing digitization and your customer’s need for more personalized communications. Are you sufficiently maintaining your data and theirs, demonstrating compliance and prioritizing these processes, or are there vulnerabilities threatening to expose you to potential fines and compromise your business integrity?
In this interactive, 60-minute panel discussion you’ll be part of a discussion on:
- Understanding the kinds of data requiring protection: customer, production and management
- Data acquisition and utilization: demonstrating the importance of local and federal regulation compliance
- The cybersecurity and vulnerability stress test: what steps should you take in terms of data access and destruction processes?
- How to mitigate risk through assessments and audits
Meet the Presenters
Mark Michelson serves as editor-in-chief of Printing Impressions Magazine. He has served in that capacity since 1985. Michelson received the Tom McMillan Award for graphic arts industry journalistic excellence, and is an inductee into the NAPL (now Idealliance) Soderstrom Society and the PIA Ben Franklin Honor Society, among other honors.
As the Global Business Development Manager for Ricoh Graphic Communications Andy specializes providing product and business development leadership for both customers and Ricoh teams around the world. An entrepreneur at heart, Andy grew up with strong roots in the industry being raised in the family printing business. Later starting his own electronic publishing services company specializing in early applications of Adobe Acrobat and PDF technology, his business was acquired by IKON Office Solutions, now Ricoh USA. With a print career spanning 25+ years, Andy continues to drive high-value customer-centric workflow solutions for the Ricoh Global Production WorkFlow Software and Solutions division.