Xerox, McAfee, Security and You

Information Security is an ongoing and ever evolving process. Xerox and McAfee know this and that is why they have teamed up to design a security system to help companies protect against threats to your confidential data. By integrating embedded McAfee software into Xerox technology, the two companies use a whitelisting method that allows only approved files to run on the Xerox multifunction printers, offering significantly more protection than traditional black listing tactics. Check out this video from our “resident” expert to learn more.

Security is also dependent on you. It is important to keep up with news of threats and understand what you need to know and watch for when it comes to securing your data. We have many resources to help you meet your security goals. We know that the security of your information is important to you and it is important to Xerox. We will provide you with all the tools we can to safeguard your information but it is up to you and / or your IT staff to utilize these tools. Please subscribe to or check our Security webpage periodically to keep updated on any new security information. Information is posted as required and will be product specific or generic depending on the issue.

Remember knowledge is power when it comes to security. So another resource to review is the Xerox Product Security Frequently Asked Questions page. Please review all these resources to stay up to date with security features, updates, upgrades and tips.

Our goal is to keep your information secure. Online Support also has information about security. You can search on “security” to find out what you need to do or what you can do to protect your information. Please look over the information provided and contact Xerox with any issues, questions or concerns. In this digital data age security is everyone’s responsibility, do your part to secure your important data.

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