End User Devices Security and Configuration Guidance

Configuration guidance for the use of a wide range of mobile platforms for remote working at OFFICIAL

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This guidance is for public sector organisations to follow when deploying end user devices for remote working at OFFICIAL. Additional guidance is available for departments considering a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) approach or deploying web browsers.

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End User Devices Security Guidance - Introduction

Published 14 October 2013
Last updated 23 November 2015 + show all updates
  1. Added Windows 10 guidance

  2. Added iOS 9, OS X 10.11 and Android 5.x guidance

  3. Added expected dates for forthcoming guidance

  4. Added BlackBerry 10.3 guidance document

  5. Published "Obsolete platforms security guidance"

  6. Added new explanatory videos.

  7. Added Ubuntu 14.04 and Becrypt tVolution. Moved Good For Enterprise to the BYOD Guidance page.

  8. Added explanatory video

  9. Updated Samsung Knox and Windows Phone guidance

  10. Added iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 documents, and added link to browser guidance.

  11. Added reference to BYOD guidance

  12. Added application development guidance

  13. Added several new and updated platforms

  14. Added Samsung KNOX guidance

  15. Added Windows XP End of Support guidance

  16. Added the new platforms and moved older platforms into a separate section

  17. Addition of Good for Enterprise Security Guidance

  18. First published.