According to the security guard Eugene Kaspersky who gave a keynote to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Monday. Over the last few months, Kaspersky has made a habit of giving MacOS a kick, and this keynote was no different.
"People still believe MacOS is safe," he said to the participants with some degree of infidelity. But it's not. Although it is probably less harmful to the operating system than Windows, it is more a problem with hacker recruitment than proof of stronger inherent security.
Of course, this might be a great deal from Kaspersky for its security software for Mac, not that you need it from Eugene's logic. And it may have something to do with Kaspersky's big certificate cock-up at the beginning of the year that exposed millions of people for avoiding attacks. . . .
So what's the solution? A complete redesign of all our systems, from the beginning, by building secure platforms and software. He dreams of systems that are no longer "safe" but "immune."