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Secure the What? Protecting Macs in HiEd

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Aug 26, 2021 12:39 PM

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Matt Woodruff
Business Development Executive @Jamf
Before joining Jamf in 2015 Matt had quite the journey; formerly IT Administrator for College of Mass Communication at MTSU, Matt also spent time at Apple Education out of Chicago for over 4 years, network security firm in Nashville for 2 years, and Apple Retail for 2 years. Given this experience has lead to Matt to do some interesting things like helping NASA put managed iPads on the International Space Station, help the US military deploy Macs at Area 51 & 52, engineered the first mass deployment of first gen iPads at Apple to Chicago Public Schools, deployed firewalls at Hilton HQ and Deloitte & Touché. Matt gets excited about all types of security discussions whether it is virtualizing Smartcards, TCP traffic flow, T2/M1 chip functions, and creation of security benchmarks.
Alvin L. Bridges III
Manager of Computer Operations @Mesa Community College
Alvin Bridges is the Customer Care Director for Mesa Community College. Alvin has been managing Apple Products since 2003 at various institutions across the state of Arizona. Previous to Mesa Community College, Alvin was the principal Mac OS Engineer for the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at ASU, running a journalism program on Apple Products. This program was featured by Apple and the setup implemented at the Cronkite School was later implemented by the NFL's multi-media division. Alvin and his team at MCC manage Apple products for multiple institutions in the Maricopa County Community College District while playing a leadership role on Jamf best practices for the consortium of community colleges they are a part of. The flexibility of the Apple Infrastructure with the manageability provided by Jamf made this possible. Alvin continues to push the bar in regards to what is possible for Apple products at MCC initiating the college's first student 1:1 with iPads this fall.