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Apple Security Overview

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

On May 22, Apple Security Consulting Engineers Dan Flynn and Pepijn Bruienne will present an overview of Apple security features from the threat perspective, covering how Apple has implemented various hardware and software features to combat various vulnerability vectors. Apple will provide an overview of how they have designed iOS and macOS with security at the core.

This event provides an introduction to security features built into iOS and macOS. Attend the event to:

  • Understand the security architectures of iOS and macOS and how to integrate them into your enterprise.
  • Learn how system security is designed so both software and hardware are secure across all components of every iOS device.
  • Discover the advanced technologies in macOS and Mac hardware that work together to constantly monitor, encrypt, and update every Mac.
  • Learn about the privacy measures Apple employs to protect a user’s information.
  • See how network technologies from Apple, Cisco and others are built with security at the core.
  • Learn how iOS provides layers of protection to ensure that apps are signed, verified, and sandboxed to protect user data.

The event takes place Wed., May 22, 2019, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Li Ka Shing Center (LKSC) Room LK130.

Please RSVP to Dane Riley, Apple Higher Education Senior System Engineer, to attend this session. Although the live session will not be recorded, Stanford employees can attend via Zoom; the Zoom information will be shared when you RSVP.

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