BSI Declares iPhone and iPad as Particularly Safe

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iOS and iPadOS approved for official use

The Federal Office for Information Security, BSI for short, has examined Apple devices as well as iOS and iPadOS and made a rare recommendation. The iPhone and iPad’s in-house apps are suitable for use in the official sector, and the federal office also wants to work closely with Apple in the future.

The news comes at a good time for Apple: in early September, the manufacturer presented its latest products, including iphone 14 series simultaneously apple watch series 8, reads in this context BSI Recommendation Almost like part of a marketing campaign.

In fact, however, the Federal Office of Assessment by no means normal, Although the federal office has investigated smartphones for security deficiencies in the past, Like with Xiaomi devices in JanuaryBut “the release of commercial products for the processing of information with special security requirements” a novelty“, says BSI president Arne Schönbohm. While investigating Security Features of iOS and iPadOS The authority was able to confirm their effectiveness.

BSI and Apple working together on mobile IT

pre-installed apps for Email, Calendar and Contacts be safe enough for them Processing of classified information of the category “For official use only”, and get approval for government use. This means government employees can use iPhones and iPads to process confidential documents without resorting to expensive third-party security solutions. However, BSI’s requirements for user behavior apply, including secure connections via VPN. BSI also announces that in future To work more closely with Apple, There is a plan to increase cooperation in the field of mobile IT.

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Robin kromberg … is studying Asian Studies and Chinese at the University of Bonn and as an editor primarily responsible for the Notebook, Monitor and Audio Equipment departments at, but also for new products in many other areas. also writes about

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