Meeting Apple’s New Requirements for Application Transport Security


Update: May 10, 2017 - We added a few additional links for more information.

Update: May 3, 2017 – We heard from several of you that you’d like us to wait to release the new version of the Company Portal app until Apple releases their Application Transport Security (ATS) change. Apple has not yet provided a date for the change, but when Apple enforces it, the iOS Company Portal will have to release an app update to enforce it as well. We are making an updated version of the iOS Company Portal with the change available through the Apple TestFlight program. If you would like to test a version of the iOS Company Portal that enforces the new ATS requirements, so you can test your compliance, email CompanyPortalBeta@microsoft.com with your first name, last name, email address, and company name.

Apple has announced that they will enforce specific requirements for Application Transport Security (ATS). ATS is used to enforce stricter security on all app communications over HTTPS.

This has an impact on Intune customers using the iOS Company Portal app.

To ensure you comply with these new requirements, make sure that all your network connections configured for use within the iOS Company Portal app meet Apple’s new requirements. Some places to check include ADFS configuration, proxy server configuration, and any custom links set in the Admin Console like the support website URL.

You can learn more from the resources below:

Comments (2)

  1. Ivan_S says:

    Hello.
    Is there any update about it?
    Will we have any problem with Hybrid environments (SCCM+Intune)

    Thanks

    1. Hi, Ivan_S - we just updated the blog with the latest information (no word yet from Apple) and it could impact hybrid environments if you use the iOS Company Portal app.

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