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The latest version of Apple Platform Security — a document that Apple publishes with every major software release — contains new information on nearly one dozen platform security features and additional data on 15 other security topics that the company has covered in its previous documentation. New From The Edge: Breach Etiquette: How to Mind Your Manners When It Matters A lot of the new information in the latest guide is focused on the security capabilities of Mac laptops and desktops running Apple silicon, which the company began shipping last November. The guide offers a detailed look at the security capabilities enabled on them via Apple's line of new in-house, ARM-based processors. The guide also has more fleshed-out descriptions of core security technologies, like Secure Enclave system-on-a-chip for managing and protecting encryption keys. According to a company spokesman, the document moves the needle in terms of addressing requests from researchers and defenders for more details on Apple security technologies and features. It sheds light on Apple's philosophy and approach to platform security and why it takes the measures it does to secure its platforms. In releasing the data, Apple says it wants to give researchers who are taking apart and scrutinizing its security mechanisms a better idea of what the systems are designed to do and how they operate. According to the spokesman, the greater detail in the current report is the outcome constant dialogue with the researcher community and Apple being responsive to their feedback. At 196 pages, Apple's  platform security guide , released today, surpasses the 157-page tome it published in April 2020 to coincide with its last major OS release. The latest guide contains updated information for iOS 14.3, iPadOS 14.3, macOS 11.1, tvOS 14.3, and watchOS 7.2. Like previous platform security guides, the new one is organized into multiple sections, including hardware security and biometrics, app security, system security, encryption and data protection, and services security. Topics that have been added include a section on the boot process and boot modes for a Mac running Apple's M1 chip, and another on how startup disk security policy control on a Mac with Apple silicon is different from an Intel-processor based Mac. The sections provide a detailed technical description of the different processes involved in each instance and how they help protect the device from compromise. Updated Details on Security Enclave, Other Controls With its new guide, Apple has also updated existing information on several of its key platform security technologies and features. The most significant of these updates involves its highly touted Secure Enclave, a hardware feature present in iPhones, iPads, and other Apple platforms, including — beginning recently — on Macs containing Apple's T1 or T2 chips. Compared to details on the technology in Apple's last platform security guide last April, the latest documentation on Secure Enclave goes into significantly greater on the processor, memory protection engine, boot ROM, boot monitor, and other aspects. Other topics that have been updated in Apple's new platform security guide release include kernel extensions in macOS, controls for systems integrity protection, and direct memory access protections for Macs. Apple's decision to disclose more details on its platform security mechanisms comes amid signs of growing attacker interest in its platforms. Just this week, for instance, an independent security researcher disclosed details of malware he discovered targeting systems running Apple's new M1 chip. In addtion, in a report earlier this week, Malwarebytes said it had  observed a drop in Windows threats  directed at enterprise targets in 2020, even as Mac malware detections went up 31%.

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Studies and surveys conducted so far in the pandemic consistently show that young people, rather than older people, are most vulnerable to increased psychological distress, perhaps because their need for social interactions are stronger. Data also suggest that young women are more vulnerable than young men, and people with young children, or a previously diagnosed psychiatric disorder, are at particularly high risk for mental-health problems. “The things that we know predispose people to mental health problems and conditions have been increased as a whole,” says Victor Ugo, a campaign officer who specializes in mental-health policy at United for Global Mental Health, a mental-health advocacy group in London. Scientists running large, detailed international studies say that they might eventually be able to show how particular published here COVID-control measures — such as lockdowns or restrictions on social interaction — reduce or exacerbate mental-health stress, and whether some populations, such as minority ethnic groups, are disproportionately affected by certain policies. That could help to inform the response in this pandemic and future ones, say researchers. “We have a real opportunity, a natural experiment, in how policies in different countries impact people’s mental health,” says epidemiologist Kathleen Merikangas at the US National Institutes of Mental Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Tackling the psychological impact of the COVID pandemic in a developing country such as India has been particularly tough, says Mythili Hazarika, a clinical psychologist at Guwahati Medical College in Assam, India. Public resources are scarce and awareness of mental-health problems is low, she says. When the COVID crisis struck, Hazarika launched a telephone counselling service with six emergency helplines lent to her by Assam police. In an preliminary study of 239 callers last April, she and colleagues found that 46% had anxiety, 22% some form of depression and 5% suicidal thoughts. This was enough to convince the government to act, and, after months of wrangling with officials, Hazarika and her colleagues launched a state-wide remote mental-health service called Monon in June. They developed guidelines for tele-counselling during a disaster and trained 400 volunteer counsellors. Anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 in Assam received a call from the service. This proactive approach is crucial, says Hazarika, because stigma and lack of awareness mean that few people would think of calling a helpline. “In rural areas, mental illness means you have to go to an asylum and nobody can cure you,” she says. Easing restrictions means in-person counselling is possible again. But by December the service had called more than 43,000 people and collected preliminary data about mental well-being from roughly half.

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