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Resources available for Macintosh user groups

SecureMac : 14 April, 2009  (Company News)
SecureMac is making a presentation and resource program available for organizers of Macintosh user groups
SecureMac announces a new resource and presentation program for interested Macintosh-related User Groups.

Nicholas Raba, President of SecureMac, said that, "Macintosh security and privacy are major topics now that Apple's market share is getting more public attention. We feel these topics are important to discuss at the user group level, as well as in the public media. Presentations are key for user group meetings, and we would love it if your group chose to present our security software at an upcoming meeting."

In response to this recognized community need for increased security awareness, SecureMac.com has prepared a resource kit designed for local user groups, including all the materials needed to create a group presentation on Macintosh Security and SecureMac's flagship software, MacScan. Along with Macintosh security white papers, the kit includes a ready-made presentation in Keynote and Quicktime format, as well as a copy of MacScan for presentation purposes, demo CDs for all user group members, and a retail copy of MacScan to be used as a fundraiser prize for the group.

The program is open to anyone who can provide proof that they are an organizer for a recognized Macintosh User Group.

If you have any questions about this program, or are a member of a local User Group and would like more details on Macintosh Security issues, please do not hesitate to contact SecureMac's User Group Liaison.
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