Network Security in a Mac OS X Environment: Nathan Willard, TurboGenomics

By: Mike Kimball - Revised: 2006-06-20 devin

These guys are going way too fast, but not covering OS X specific security configuration, and didn't actually prepare slides or notes for the CD.....bummer dude.....

This guy is presenting some very general security concepts, history, etc, having to do with UNIX and eventually OS X. Main thrust is that Mac OS X client version as installed by default is "pretty secure" compared to other UNIX clients... That most of the vulnerabilities come with services you decide to implement, e.g. ftp, file sharing, etc. Obviously the most secure box is one sitting in a locked room, turned off :)
(official kerberos web site at MIT)