April 21

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State and local governments have become prime targets for cyberattacks. As organizations shifted to remote work last year, phishing attacks increased by 85 percent and cyber breaches overall increased by 600 percent.

It’s now more important than ever for states and localities to secure all their endpoints. Governments have traditionally focused on PCs, laptops and mobile devices connected to their networks. But printers are just as crucial to endpoint security. As more state and local governments operate in a hybrid environment where employees split their time between home and the office, government IT teams will need to adapt to this new normal and balance business efficiency and agility with enterprise security.

The Center for Digital Government is gathering a small group of state and local government IT officials to discuss the critical role that printers play in their organizations’ overall security posture. Along with our partner, HP, we are hosting a virtual roundtable on April 21 at 11 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern that will look at:

  • How to assess your current endpoint security risks and vulnerabilities, and how to develop a holistic security plan that includes printers along with other devices on your network
  • How managed print services can strengthen endpoint security
  • What specifics to look for in hardware, software and firmware to extend the operational and security capabilities of print devices