To secure a Mac workstation, remember the users

Thursday, 29 September 2005, 12:42 AM EST

Securing the data on a workstation means securing user files and folders as well as application folders and operating system components. The goal is to ensure not only that the data that users store on their workstations is safe from prying eyes, but also that any information about your network at large is safe. You also need to maintain the stability and integrity of the workstation so that it can't be hijacked for nefarious purposes.

By Ryan Faas at Computerworld.

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