sponsored by Threat Track
Posted:  26 Apr 2013
Published:  26 Apr 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

PC users are accustomed to running antivirus software to ensure the security of their machines. Most Mac users, on the other hand, often feel invulnerable to the dangers of malware and viruses. In fact, only 20%of Mac users feel that they are susceptible to malware. However, cyber-attacks on Macs are becoming more commonplace.

For organizations that have deployed fleets of Macs and iPads/iPhones, protecting sensitive data and intellectual property can be challenging. This resource demonstrates why it is critical that security administrators need antivirus software for their Macs and MDM tools for their iPads and iPhones. 

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