While I think that this statement is a little sensational, I think that there are some underlying issues that need to be addressed. Fortunately, there are a few simple things that can be done. He lists three ways to ensure security of your mfp. Here are the two that I think that you can do right now that are simple and any network admin can do this.

Lock down and control access to the system
Apply patches on a schedule

They aren’t revolutionary as they are the same types of things that you should do with your desktops and servers, but knowing the risk gets you closer to gaining security.
If you are interested in the full article, go to eWeek.

Corey Smith is editor-in-chief for OfficeProductNews.net and provides a common sense approach to business and technology in his blog.