Data breaches and malware attacks on Macs have been on the rise over the past few years, so you must take the necessary precautions to protect your devices. Below are three easy ways to make your Mac more secure.
- Install a mobile device management profile so you can give an administrator remote access to the device. If your Mac is ever stolen, you can locate it and lock it before any of your data becomes compromised.
- Utilize Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) which will require you to confirm your login on another device. This adds an extra layer of security to your Mac.
- Back up your data to protect yourself from ransomware attacks. Consider buying an external hard drive or a cloud storage solution and backup software to do so.
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First published in our August 2023 IT Radix Resource newsletter