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You probably need to use Boot Camp primarily because of Auto Cad. Running Windows natively on your Mac will allow you to use the full power of graphics and 3D that Auto Cad needs.

If you run Windows via Boot Camp or use VM software, you will need to take all the same AV and malware precautions that are the status quo for all Windows machines. A virus on the Windows side can not infect or cross over to OS X so you don't need to be concerned about that.

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