Webinar: Apple’s new data protection functions in corporate use

Apple is increasingly prioritizing privacy features in operating systems, including iOS such as iPadOS and macOS. However, it is often not known what data the apps, app providers and Apple itself collect about the user. This is particularly problematic with iPhones and iPads used privately and professionally, which are managed by system administrators for use in the company.

In the webinar “What new privacy features does Apple offer?” the technical author and mobile device specialist Mark Zimmermann explains the central options for protecting data and the functions provided for this in the operating systems with their respective benefits – and the risks.

The event is aimed at system administrators, IT managers and data protection officers in companies. The webinar provides in-depth information on how to use the privacy features of iOS devices from both a user and business perspective.

Topics include the app privacy report, data collection with differential privacy, and features like Apple’s privacy relay and hide email address. The webinar also explains the challenges this entails for companies as well as for private individuals. In addition to a deeper insight into Apple’s data protection functions and the related innovations in iOS 16 – for example in network and device detection – it is also about the question of what data Apple actually collects itself.

The 120-minute live webinar on the topic will take place on March 28, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. It will be moderated by Mac & i editor Inge Schwabe. Live demos and the answering of participant questions complete the event. Participants also get unlimited access to all videos & materials. The price of a ticket is 129 euros.

With the new Mac & i Pro subscription for admins and developers, participation in this and other webinars – a total of 24 webinars per year – is free of charge.

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