A common misconception with Mac OS X systems is that they are not as susceptible to viruses and malware as PCs and therefore do not require users to apply additional security measures. Discuss whether or not you believe this is true. Provide a rationale for your response.

A common misconception with Mac OS X systems is that they are not as susceptible to viruses and malware as PCs and therefore do not require users to apply additional security measures. Discuss whether or not you believe this is true. Provide a rationale for your response.

· Review current Mac security features from Apple’s website located at http://www.apple.com/macos/security, and read the article 10 Best Antivirus for the Mac at http://techtop100.com/9-best-antivirus-for-mac-do-macs-need-antivirus-best-free-mac-antivirus. Select two tools, and research their features, functionality, provided protections, mitigated risks, costs, and any other pertinent information. Evaluate the quality of at least two of the selected Mac security tools, based on their available features, functionality, provided protections, mitigated risks, costs, and any other pertinent information discovered in your research. Decide whether or not you would recommend either of the tools for a Mac user. Justify your response.

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