Friday, May 1, 2015

Secure Printing

The demand for secure printing (SP) is growing fast. The laws protecting personal information are getting more restrictive each year. SP requires procedures that ensure the protection of customers’ intellectual property and personal data, and it follows compliance guidelines for export regulations. This is not a cautionary measure; it is the law when printing confidential information belonging to or pertaining to a corporation or an individual. Examples of confidential information include personal information that may be protected by law such as medical or financial information, documents detailing proprietary systems and procedures, joint development efforts, vendor lists, customer orders, and supplier information.

Reproduction of confidential information must be done in a secure environment. Depending on the nature of the material being printed, the requirement to keep this secure may differ. Clear guidelines or procedures for secure printing prevent information from accidently leaking out. The printer and the company who orders the printing are both responsible for keeping this secure. The SP is produced in a locked room accessible by only those with proven credentials. All third party confidential information is to be handled according to the strictest guidelines. This information may only be transmitted/ distributed according to the statement of work prepared for each secure print project.

If you would like to learn about the SP offered by TigerPress, contact your sales associate for more information.

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