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Apple explains security concepts

Posted on Mar 1, 2014 in iOS, Security

Apple explains his security concepts behind iOS in a 33 page long white paper.

• System security: The integrated and secure software and hardware that are the platform for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

• Encryption and data protection: The architecture and design that protect user data if the device is lost or stolen, or if an unauthorized person attempts to use or modify it.

• App security: The systems that enable apps to run securely and without compromis- ing platform integrity.

• Network security: Industry-standard networking protocols that provide secure authentication and encryption of data in transmission.

• Internet services: Apple’s network-based infrastructure for messaging, syncing, and backup.

• Device controls: Methods that prevent unauthorized use of the device and enable it to be remotely wiped if lost or stolen.

Security White Paper (PDF)


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