Apple products have increasingly gained popularity in enterprise environments due to perception that they are so secure they will never get attacked and no data will be leaked, but will they become a bigger target due to their growing market share? In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2015, Zoran Cocoara, Sales and Business Development Manager at CoSoSys, talks about the integration of Macs in the enterprise and the need for Data Loss Prevention for OS X.
When TrueSec researcher Emil Kvarnhammar discovered a privilege escalation bug affecting OS X that could allow attackers to gain complete control of the target's Mac machine, he disclosed details about it to Apple.
On Thursday Apple released another batch of updates for a variety of its products.
Apple has released security updates for OS X and iOS which, among other things, fix the FREAK flaw that may allow an attacker to decrypt secure communications between vulnerable clients and servers.
Apple has released the latest version of OS X Yosemite (v10.10.2) and the first security update (2015-001) for this year, and among the problems fixed is one affecting the CPU software, allowing malicious Thunderbolt devices to modify the host firmware if connected during an EFI update.
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