Pressing Ahead With The Mac Security Topic

Arik Hesseldahl

Scores of readers have chimed in on yesterday’s column in which I suggest that Apple might find it useful to appoint some kind of “security Czar,” not necessarily because I think Apple is having trouble with software security per se, but because there’s a lot of talk and confusion about security on the Mac these days, and that it might help to have an authoritative voice coming from Apple on the subject.

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