Ringdale partners with IDC’s Digital Security Conference to address growing data security risks for enterprise organizations
Ringdale will be attending IDC’s Digital Security Conference, 28th March 2017, London, United Kingdom. Ringdale’s FollowMe team will meet with top IT Security professionals to highlight how the world's largest organisations leverage FollowMe to prevent valuable data loss and meet tightening industry compliance regulations in an evolving era of digital security.
The FollowMe team will be discussing the demands of ‘digitalization’ on key print security areas, including:
- Enterprise-grade mobile print security – Securing workflow for office staff, remote workers and guest users with one solution to enable printing from all PC, laptops, mobile phones and tablet devices
- FollowMe Data Loss Prevention (DLP) increased data security – Identifying high risk data areas, then monitoring, tracking and archiving sensitive information
- Industry compliance - Minimising the risk of security breaches and industry compliance violations with detailed print data monitoring and custom auditing tools
- Federate document security across all office locations and printer brands – Apply consistent security measures across entire printing environment, including branch or regional office locations
"IDC’s Digital Security Conference is a great opportunity for IT security professionals to discover how the latest innovations in document output security can prevent data loss and eliminate costly exposures to security breaches." says Eric Crump, Director of Strategic Alliances, Ringdale.
IDC Digital Security Conference is held on the 28th March at America Square Conference Centre London. For more information, visit IDC Digital Security Conference web site
Ringdale invented FollowMe and the print roaming technology in 1997 and has continued to be at the forefront of the industry for over three decades. With offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Singapore and Japan, Ringdale has a strong global partner network and relationships with the world's leading printing manufacturers including Brother, Canon, Hewlett Packard, Lexmark, Konica Minolta, Kyocera Mita, Oce, OKI, Ricoh, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba and Xerox.