What are two security risks associated with sharing printers in a corporate environment? (Choose two.)
- user authentication
- cached files
- document viewing in the print queue
- dumpster diving
- shoulder surfing
Explanation: Three security concerns related to shared printers include (1) cached print files could contain sensitive data; (2) user authentication is needed to control access to the printer; and (3) print jobs could be read by others, intercepted, copied, or modified. Although the names of documents can be viewed in the print queue, document viewing is not possible. Dumpster diving and shoulder surfing are security concerns whether the printer is shared or not.
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