Flaw in Apple's operating system could put users' information at risk

Updated: 02/26/2014 5:45 PM
Created: 02/26/2014 5:26 PM WHEC.com

A flaw in Apple's operating system could be putting your information at risk to hackers. If you own an Apple phone or computer, experts say you should protect yourself by installing a recent security update right away.

So how could something like this happen to such a big tech company? And what can you do to keep from becoming a victim?

Dave Ballard, the Director of Technical Services for the Saunders School of Business at RIT, spoke with News10NBC’s Scott Kilbury on News10NBC at 5. To see the interview, press play on the video player.

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