Apple Releases Guide To iOS Security
Apple has introduced a guide to iOS security, which was posted to Apple.com sometime in late May, but is just now being noticed outside the Apple developer community. The publication is notable because it’s the first time Apple has published a comprehensive guide intended for an I.T. audience. (Apple’s developer-friendly documentation on security matters is easy to spot, however).
The new guide includes four sections dedicated to topics like system architecture, encryption and data protection, network security, and device access.
In reading the introduction, it’s clear that the guide’s intention is to better help corporate I.T. understand the security environment with iOS devices, including iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads. It’s important that these details are documented in language I.T. understands as more and more businesses allow personal devices on their network and implement their own BYOD (bring your own device) programs.
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