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Security validation

Ten A3 MFP Kyocera devices in the TASKalfa 3554ci series have passed Keypoint intelligence’s rigorous BLI Security Validation Test program.

Group Chief Information & Strategy Officer, Andrew Smith, said: “Organisations are facing a new wave of cybersecurity threats, and there is no room for complacency. Kyocera will continue to innovate to give our customers’ data the best possible protection. Receiving such recognition from Keypoint Intelligence is extremely pleasing, and it tells us we are doing a lot of things very well with our TASKalfa devices.”

To further help organisations best prepare for cyber security threats, Kyocera has enhanced its managed cyber security solution and released M-EDR, which builds on the standard capabilities of EDR while leveraging advanced analytics, providing real-time visibility into the health of all endpoints. This service will provide a suite of technology to maximise protection in an ever-changing IT landscape, reducing the risk of security breaches.