Apple Device Management and Security

Apple patches zero-day vulnerability in iOS & macOS

Michael ThomsonTechnical Critical updates, iOS 16.6.1, iPadOS 16.6.1, macOS 13.5.2, and watchOS 9.6.2   Security Updates Apple has taken swift action by releasing critical security updates for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS to address actively exploited zero-day security vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities are capable of facilitating malware installation through a “maliciously crafted image” or attachment. Blastpass […]

You can bank on Jamf​

Michael ThomsonTechnical In recent years, we have seen an increase in Fintech clients contacting DARE for assistance with their Apple device management. What used to be a simple discussion around configuration or application deployment is now focused on security and compliance requirements from day one. Largest US Banks use Jamf As a Jamf Gold Partner, […]

Social engineering, it’s all Greek to us

By Michael ThomsonTechnical Director Can you protect against social engineering? One of the earliest examples of social engineering was during the legendary Trojan War when the Greek army were able to sneak into the city and win the war by hiding in a wooden horse that was initially presented as a signal of peace – thus […]

How to keep your Apple devices secure

By Daniel EllisDARE Systems Engineer You wouldn’t be alone in thinking that Apple devices are more secure than other options on the market. However, this does not mean they are immune to cyber-attack attempts. Let’s have a look at some of the things you can do to keep your Mac estate safe and secure. Set […]