Apple recently released a 3rd version of the security update designed to fix the issues around Flashback, the first significant malware outbreak on the Mac OS X platform.
If your business uses Macs that browse the web you should probably install this update just to make sure you aren’t part if the 1% of Mac users infected. Sounds like a pretty small number, but this is actually a higher percentage than the Windows Confiker infection.
Select Software Update from the Apple menu and you should see an update labelled: Java for OS X Lion 2012–003. Install away and relax knowing that your Mac won’t be part of any computer uprising over the weekend. At least not yet.