Canon Solutions America, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., hosted a special event at MetLife Stadium in New York on August 22 as an extension of its Security Roadshow program.
Linking business leaders to subject matter experts in all facets of security, this event set out to provide insight into a comprehensive process – one that comprises strategies and technologies to help businesses develop a more proactive, in-depth approach to the many types of security risks they face.
This layered security approach encompasses device security, print security, and document security
Experts from Canon Solutions America and several of its vendor partners took attendees on a journey through real world demonstrations of Canon Solutions America’s Five Pillars of Security. This layered security approach encompasses device security, print security, document security, information security, and cybersecurity, outlining a business model that can be easily and efficiently implemented.
"There is no simple solution to cybersecurity. It takes the multi-dimensional approach that Canon Solutions America has set out in its 5 Pillars of Security and security professionals coming together as a community—as we have done today—to share ideas, knowledge, and experience," said Rob Sloan, Research Director at The Wall Street Journal's WSJ Pro.
Improving network security
Security solutions from Canon Solutions America partners Therefore, Barracuda, Vera, and Agile Cybersecurity Solutions (ACS) were showcased in presentations. A lively question-and-answer session followed, with speakers providing an open, interactive forum that allowed for a deeper dive into the topics of the day.
“It was great to meet with peers and learn more about what other businesses are facing,” said Adam Rabe, IT Support for Langan. “I gained new insight into how to improve network security and ensure against threats. Thanks, Canon Solutions America, for bringing to light these opportunities.” In addition to the engaging presentations and opportunities to interact face-to-face with security experts, guests enjoyed a guided tour of MetLife Stadium and had the opportunity to meet Wayne Chrebet, former wide receiver who played 11 seasons for the New York Jets.
Employing nimble strategies
Canon Solutions America’s parent company, recently announced a new collaboration with McAfee
With a long career avoiding, outmaneuvring, or simply outrunning obstacles, Chrebet was a perfect fit to show how being aware of potential threats in your environment, and employing nimble strategies along with teamwork, will help you come out a winner.
Further illustrating the company’s commitment to security, Canon U.S.A., Inc., Canon Solutions America’s parent company, recently announced a new collaboration with McAfee, the device-to-cloud cybersecurity company. The companies have joined forces to provide enhanced embedded protection against malware execution and tampering of firmware and applications for a sometimes-overlooked endpoint—multifunction printers (MFPs).
Standard security feature
Through the partnership, Canon customers will now receive McAfee® Embedded Control as an additional standard security feature on third generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE 3rd edition MFPs once enabled.
Peter Kowalczuk, President of Canon Solutions America, said, “Security is a serious concern in today’s connected world, and it affects us all. We at Canon Solutions America are committed to working closely with our customers to help them protect their businesses, their intellectual property, and the data of their employees and customers. Technology advances quickly and cyberattacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated. We are here to help guide organizations through these challenges.”