Mac workstation security: More ways to clamp down on threats


In my last look at Macintosh security, I wrote about the importance of configuring individual workstations to make their local resources and data more secure (see "To secure a Mac workstation, remember the users"). In this installment, I offer a look at additional ways to tighten security on workstations, from disabling peer-to-peer sharing to limiting SSH access and securing local NetInfo data. Mac workstation security: More ways to clamp down on threats - Computerworld

Linked by shanmuga Thursday, 15th December 2005 6:48AM