How much do you know about financial and security printing?
These areas of printing deal with the production, creation and printing of sensitive and/or confidential items and data. This is a part of the printing industry that presents an impressive forecast growth of £23.9 billion by the end of 2018* and there is a simple explanation for this.
Due to increasingly counterfeit crimes around the world, companies are looking for new solutions and ways to protect their data and assets in order to avoid any future headaches related to frauds, forgery, tampering, duplication the list goes on ¦ it ‘s better to be safe than sorry!
If you have to handle tenant details, bank account information, cheques, passports, financial statements, employee salary details or termination documents to name but a few, then you should consider including a security printing process in your daily workflow. If you are unsure of how start, we will be happy to help.
With GDPR on the horizon (the new Data Protection laws come into play on 25th May 2018), there has never been a more vital time to review your print security and data handling processes and partners to avoid hefty fines.
The next few weeks are key for organisations to understand the new legislation and put appropriate measures in place.
Here at CDP, we understand the importance of data protection especially in terms of financial and security printing and have the accreditations to prove it.
We hold APAC accreditation and an Inland Revenue Certificate of Approval, which means we can assure that any item printed with us is complying with all regulations and is tailor-designed for your business.
From personalised holograms to thermochromics inks which react to warm breath or touch, to barcodes and modulus numbering, your financial and security print needs will be taken good care of.
Drops us an email to check what is the best solution for your business: firstname.lastname@example.org.
74-82 Rose Lane,
Tel: 0151 724 7000
Fax: 0151 724 6478
Tomo Industrial Estate,
Packet Boat Lane,
Tel: 01895 462462
Fax: 01895 420911