Does Apple need a security czar?

Friday, 10 March 2006, 2:37 PM EST

Creating a CSO position may be viewed by some as an admission of weakness. Still, it would be a good way for Apple to inoculate itself against the perception - warranted or not - that Mac security may be eroding, and get ahead of the curve for any troubles that may be inevitable. That may not be the case, but in matters related to product marketing, it's the public perception, not the reality that really matters.

At BusinessWeek.

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