Apple @ Work is brought to you by Kolide, endpoint security for teams that Slack. Kolide notifies your team via Slack when their devices are insecure and gives them step-by-step instructions on how to solve the problem. Meet your compliance goals using the most powerful, untapped resource in IT: end-users. Try Kolide for free today.
I recently discussed Apple’s Endpoint Security API and praised it as a well-designed security implementation that allowed IT to have a stable fleet of devices while end-users have a great experience. This week, I wanted to highlight one of the most significant sources of “malware” on macOS and how to resolve it. Let’s talk about the growing problem of Chrome malware from extensions that create user confusion, cause security risks, and more.
The post Apple @ Work: Keeping macOS free from malware means keeping Chrome free from rogue extensions appeared first on 9to5Mac.