Apple recently released its Fall 2019 Platform Security Guide, which outlines how the company’s products and services ensure user safety. It details core technologies including Secure Enclave, biometric security systems, secure boot, and core operating system security measures.
In this 157-page platform security guide, apples are outlined in how to improve and improve security across the ecosystem. This guide details how to implement security technologies and features on the platform, providing as comprehensive security details as possible to users who are interested and interested in it.
In addition, the guide says it is actively helping other organizations combine Apple’s platform security technologies with their own security policies and auditing processes to meet specific security needs. “Every Apple device combines hardware, software, and services designed to work together to achieve the highest security and transparent user experience, with the ultimate goal of securing personal information,” Apple wrote. Apple devices protect not only devices and their data, but also the entire ecosystem, including everything users do locally, on the network, and through critical Internet services. “
Apple divides this lengthy document into several topics: hardware security and biometrics, system security, encryption and data protection, application security, service security, network security, developer suites, security device management, and security authentication and procedures.