If you don’t run antivirus apps on your Mac then you’re boneheaded. So says Adrian Kingsley-Hughes:
In fact, choosing not to run antivirus on a Mac is a boneheaded move that people choose to make based on nothing more than fanboy idealism, and has no place in the real world. Doubly so if your Mac undertakes BYOD duties.
Why, pray tell?
If you believe that your operating system is secure, you’re deluding yourself. And if you try to tell others that your operating system of choice is better than someone else’s, you’re trying to delude others and don’t be surprised if people think you’re foolish.
Kingsley-Hughes isn’t even an employee of an antivirus software company. Right?