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The National Institute of Standards and Technology announced its internal
report 8023: Risk Management for Replication Devices
<http://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/ir/2015/NIST.IR.8023.pdf> is now
available.

The guidance covers protecting the information processed, stored or
transmitted on replication devices (RDs), which are devices that copy,
print or scan documents, images or objects. Because today’s RDs have the
characteristics of computing devices (storage, operating systems, CPUs and
networking) they are vulnerable to a number of exploits, NIST said.

Among the threats to RDs are:

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