June 12, 2018: “Secure Your Mac,” with Mike Inskeep

The meeting begins at 7:15 p.m., Stuart Hall at Princeton Theological Seminary, room 4.

Mike Inskeep at the June 2017 PMUG meeting — Photo by Michael Blank

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Attacks on computers are becoming increasingly sophisticated.

Mike Inskeep will review general principles of digital security, vulnerabilities of Macintosh computers, and suggest simple steps users can take to protect themselves against attacks. These strategies are based on reports of current and emerging threats, his familiarity with the security features of Macintosh computers, and his practical experience helping users — both experienced and naive.


About the presenter…
Mike Inskeep is an Apple Certified Support Professional and member of the Apple Consultants Network. He has been supporting Macintosh computers and other Apple products for 27 years in different capacities: as Director of Microcomputing for the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Arts and Sciences; as Technology Coordinator/Teacher for Friends School Haverford; and since 1999 through his independent consulting business, Gentle Computer Helpers.