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Ricoh essentials security guide

Layered security for today’s digital workplace

The need to operate in a digital-driven world has accelerated transformational change for organizations as they modernize capabilities to meet the demands of evolving markets. This can often result in a fragmented landscape of tools and technologies that reveal security, privacy and operational gaps.

Keeping things secured and compliant — ensuring people, processes and technology are safeguarding against data breaches — is a never-ending effort that has to be addressed holistically, across every facet of the business.

Only when security is made a priority across many aspects of the organization can impactful and pervasive change in business transformation occur.

Security has the power to make or break high-level business goals, and yet too often it isn’t integrated into the overall business strategy. How can organizations make security strategic to their business transformation, to enable important goals such as brand trust, compliance, innovation, business continuity, and sustainability?

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Ricoh delivers the tools and expert guidance today’s organizations need to safeguard information and enable success. We do this with a strategic, multi-layered approach that governs information and covers potential vulnerabilities across all areas of business.

All our services, solutions, and devices are designed with a security-focused, data-driven approach, starting with security by design through implementation. Our industry-leading services — including consultancy and managed services — complement our device and solution security layers to optimize document, data, device, and information security.

In this overview, learn how Ricoh uses a multi-layered approach to help organizations make security and compliance strategic to their business transformation.

View the chapters through the links below or you can download the full guide.

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Workforce security

In this section, we share ways to build a security-first workplace and cultivate a secured organizational culture to safeguard against financial loss, reputational damage, and address regulatory scrutiny.

Information security

Protecting information starts with knowing what you have, understanding potential vulnerabilities, and its potential risk to your organization. Review the four key areas of information governance and ways to mitigate risk.

Device security

Security threats are no longer limited to personal computers, servers, or networks. Any device — even basic networked printers — needs countermeasures to protect information.

Network security

Explore these key elements of network security to delivery robust, proactive cybersecurity best practices and information security across all areas of your business.

Application security

Embedded software applications, installed apps, and software running as cloud services can be potential targets for breaches. In this section, we explore ways to safeguard your information.

Strategic guidance and support

Shift your information management strategy from one that merely supports day-to-day business to one that plays an integral part in building and supporting secured and strategic business initiatives.