Compliance with various security regulations and standards is crucial for businesses of all sizes. However, generating compliance reports can be a tedious and time-consuming process. The good news is that Pareto Security offers a powerful solution to automate compliance reporting – the CSV Export feature. The CSV Export feature allows you to easily export data […]
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Automate Compliance with Pareto Security CSV Export
Automate compliance with Pareto Security REST API
Pareto Security for Teams REST API is a powerful tool that allows you to automate security reporting for your organization. With this feature, you can fetch all data about checks on all of your team’s devices and export it to various formats, making it easy to create compliance reports for SOC 2, ISO27001, UK’s Cyber […]
What data does Pareto Security send to the Internet?
Knowing what the apps installed on your Mac are sending out to the internet is crucial if you care about privacy. A simple toolbar app such as Pareto Security shouldn’t send any unnecessary and potentially privacy-violating data. And we don’t! Read below how you can verify our claim. SpyBuster is a tool for analyzing network traffic […]
Ninite for Mac is Pareto Bulk Install (free)
Ninite is a Windows software that allows you to bulk install and update programs easily. Until now, there was no easy solution to do that with Macs. We built Pareto Bulk Install to be very similar to Ninite, with a free version for bulk installing and a paid version, Pareto Updater, for bulk updating. You […]
What new security features macOS 13 brings
The first beta of macOS 13 has been released, and I’ve noticed some exciting new features that are great for security-conscious people. USB devices can be allowed or disallowed On portable Mac computers with Apple Silicon, new USB and Thunderbolt accessories require user approval before the accessory can communicate with macOS for connections wired directly […]
All Pareto Security checks are green – now what?
So all your Mac devices are now as secure as macOS can make them. Congrats! But now you’re wondering what else you can do. Here are a few ideas to get you started. Password managers If you’re not using a password manager yet, this is the obvious next step. While macOS has Keychain, it’s nowhere […]