One, the rural, is less risky. " It's also important to keep in mind that as any platform gains popularity, its likelihood of becoming targets for cybercriminals increases.
Ultimately, what it comes down to is computer users deciding which platform best fits their computing likes and dislikes and then doing everything they can to make sure that they have protected themselves.
This includes keeping up-to-date with security patches, having full-featured security software protection, setting sensible policy and controls on how they use their computer-especially in open environments such as free Wi-Fi hot spots-and being aware of how to spot threats and how not to fall victim to them. " "My wife, kids, and parents all use Macs on my recommendation. I think the Mac is less risky, not more secure.
Her focus is mainly on user experience, technical innovation and adaptation by a broad user base. With her team she develops award winning apps and sites for news and sport events, like the Olympics, World Cup Soccer and General Elections. Lara joined NOS in 2011 when the organisation had no news app and a news site based on RSS feeds.
While the media landscape had already changed dramatically. Under her leadership NOS implemented a user focus approach and started to distribute news through other (social) platforms.