Guidance

Apple End User Device Security

Created:  10 Aug 2016
Updated:  11 Aug 2016
Apple
Guidance for organisations considering deploying an Apple platform as part of a remote working solution

This collection comprises:

  • Configuration guidance for the current Apple iOS and OS X platforms
  • Configuration guidance for earlier Apple variants
  • Related guidance for application developers
  • The introduction to End User Devices collection

Apple iOS End User Device

  1. EUD Security Guidance: iOS 11

    Secure configuration for devices running iOS 11

  2. EUD Security Guidance: iOS 10

    Secure configuration for devices running iOS 10

  3. End User Devices Security Guidance: Apple iOS 6 Application Development

    Due to updates in the platforms, this document is no longer current. It is kept here for reference purposes.

  4. Apple iOS Application Development Guidance

    Guidance for risk assessors, and developers of applications which will be run on iOS devices handling OFFICIAL data.

  5. Application Development Guidance: Introduction

    Guidance for risk assessors, and developers of applications which will be run on devices handling OFFICIAL data.

Apple OS X End User Device

  1. EUD Security Guidance: macOS 10.13 High Sierra

    This guidance was developed following testing performed on MacBook Pro and MacBook Air devices running macOS 10.13 (High Sierra)

    It's important to remember that this guidance has been conceived as a way to satisfy the 12 End User Device Security Principles. As such, it consists of recommendations and should not be seen as a set of mandatory instructions requiring no further thought.

    Risk owners and administrators should agree a configuration which balances business requirements, usability and security.

  2. EUD Security Guidance: macOS 10.12 Provisioning Script

    Auto-provisioning script for OS X 10.12 and 10.13 devices

Introduction to End User Device Security

  1. End User Devices Security Guidance: Introduction

    Guidance for organisations deploying a range of end user device platforms as part of a remote working solution at OFFICIAL.

  2. End User Devices Security Guidance: Enterprise considerations

    A summary of wider considerations applicable to deployments of end user devices at OFFICIAL.

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