[Micronet] Apple presents on iOS/OS X/iCloud security Friday, June 19th, 10am-noon Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai
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Please join Apple who will be presenting an overview of the security features built in to Mac OS X, iOS and iCloud services at UC Berkeley.
When: Friday, June 19th, 10am-noon
Where: University of California, Berkeley - 2594 Hearst Ave. - Banatao Auditorium - 310 Sutardja Dai Hall Berkeley, CA 94720
What: Apple Security Seminar
Apple designed iOS and OS X with security at the core. Come to this event to get an introduction to security features built into iOS and OS X.
Understand the security architectures of iOS and OS X and how to integrate them into your education enterprise.
Hear how system security is designed so both software and hardware are secure across all components of every iOS device.
Discover the advanced technologies in OS X that work together to constantly monitor, encrypt, and update every Mac.
Hear about the privacy measures Apple employs to protect a user’s information.
See how iCloud keeps personal information and data secure.
Learn how iOS provides layers of protection to ensure that apps are signed, verified, and sandboxed to protect user data.
Who Should Attend? This event is designed for CIOs and CISOs, as well as IT directors, network administrators, and technology integrators with security responsibilities in a higher education institution.
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