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GDPR Aware?

The date for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching, 25th May 2018. GDPR will affect any organisation that stores personal data, this is defined as anything from a name, photo, bank details, email address. To assist organisations prepare and address upcoming GDPR compliance requirements, organisations may need to employ one or more different encryption methods within both on-premise and cloud environments. EMS is offering document management and data security solutions to minimise potential regulation breaches in the areas of printer security and data management.

Is your printer vulnerable?

Office printers and MFPs used in today’s organisations have progressed from the basic devices previously used.  Most are now networked assets, similar to a PC, contain a screen, a keyboard, and a hard drive, which can store sensitive information.

Networked printers and MFP’s are often not considered when it comes to  security measures.  However, these devices store and process data, and as intelligent devices have the same security vulnerabilities as any other networked device. With increased cybercriminal activity, networked office printers and MFP’s are now a focus in the battle against corporate information theft and malicious attack. Printers, if not properly safeguarded have certain vulnerabilities that if exploited, can allow attackers to breach a business’ network.

 

The UTAX Data Security Kit from EMS ensures the protection of your confidential information, right at the system level:

  • it overwrites and encrypts copying, scanning and printing data, even before they are saved to the hard drive.

  • In addition, the memory area for the output data is automatically deleted so that the data cannot be restored.

How can I protect my sensitive data and become more compliant?

For the majority of organisations, implementing a document management solution is likely to be  one of the most straightforward and cost effective ways to  protect your documents.  GDPR  requirements are not overly complex, the main points to remember are that any personal data stored will need to be accurate, quickly and easily accessed and kept up to date.

An automated approach to storing documents will move towards replacing outdated filing systems and alleviate incidents of “missing” sensitive documents. By integrating a document management system  for scanning documents, you can transfer paper-based documents and to an electronic file quickly, easily and securely.

EMS in partnership with Filestream offer OfficioDM Pro, document management software that encrypts documents making your data more compliant.  The software can run on the client server or can be hosted in the Cloud.  The software is roles based, meaning that you can give access to the people who only need to see it.

 

For more information or a chat with one of our Consultants – contact LoCall 1890 770 770 or email sales@emscopiers.ie

 

 

 

EMS News

December 7, 2017 Uncategorized

EMS really delighted to sponsor Presentation Wexford with this seasons soccer kit.  Also we think Pipers Hill College new rugby strip looks really great!   EMS were also proud to be able to help the hard working fundraisers at Network North Tipperary with their hugely successful Lip Sync event.

Pictured at Mondello Park recently some of the EMS team doing their best to keep on the tracks!  A really fantastic team day out and a big thanks to the guys at Mondello for looking after us all so well!

EMS Copiers were delighted to host The Tallaght Headmasters Golf outing in Citywest Hotel recently. Congratulations to the winner Paul Crone, Old Bawn Community School, receiving first prize from John O’Brien, Sales Manager 

 

EMS are delighted to continue as sponsors at the Punchestown Festival.  The festival goes from strength to strength every year with a mix of top class racing, food and fashion,  an enjoyable couple of days and a chance to meet up with our friends and customers.  

Main picture below – John & Eileen Cahill presenting to the winning owner of the EMS Copiers Novice Handicap Steeplechase. Also pictured Jessica Harrington receiving the Winning Trainer prize from Taoiseach Enda Kenny

EMS News

March 10, 2017 Uncategorized

Pictured on the left Chris Barton, Senior Technical Supervisor receiving his award for Service Employee of the Quarter from Ken O’Regan, Service Manager.

Pictured centre – John Cahill at the launch of the new Kill GAA sports bag sponsored by EMS Document Solutions.

EMS were delighted to donate a raffle prize to Rathvilly National School recently.  We received a lovely Thank You card from Sixth Class who who raised €2, 366 for two great charities, Crumlin Childrens Hospital and Cara Girls Rescue Centre in Kenya.  Big well done to all involved from EMS!

Our new look vans are on the road and look absolutely great!

             

EMS continue to support Pieta House as corporate sponsors.  Pieta House are holding a Masked till Midnight event on Friday 31st March at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham.  Events such as this allow Pieta House to continue their life saving work.  Support to the fabulous team at Pieta House has enabled them to help just under 29,000 people free of charge since opening their doors in 2006.  Tickets for the event are available through https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/masked-till-midnight-tickets-32496271222?aff=es2

 

 

The EMS Copiers Management team receiving awards from our business partner UTAX for:

  • UTAX Solutions Club

  • UTAX 1000 Club

  • Partner of the year

  Also pictured are Masafumi Yoda, MD and  Shaun Wilkinson, MD at UTAX 

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John Cahill, MD EMS Copiers receiving Partner of the Year award from Shaun Wilkinson, MD UTAX

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