|Finding ID||Version||Rule ID||IA Controls||Severity|
|The Siri application connects to Apple servers and stores information about the device and user inquiries on those servers. The use of Siri could lead to the compromise of sensitive DoD information.|
|Apple iOS 5 Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG)||2012-07-20|
|Check Text ( C-41051r3_chk )|
| This is an iOS security policy set check. Recommend that all checks related to iOS security policy set rules be reviewed using the following procedure. |
1. Make a list of all iOS security policies listed on the MDM server that have been assigned to iOS devices and review each policy using the following procedure:
-Have the SA identify STIG compliant and non-compliant policies on the server.
--Log into the MDM server console.
--Click on the Policies tab.
--View all iOS security policies on the server.
-Note: STIG-compliant policy sets should be identified as such in the policy title. An example is STIG_iOS_Policy_Set. It is recommended that all non-STIG/ISCG policy sets be deleted.
2. Select each iOS security policy iOS devices are assigned to, and in turn, verify the required settings are in the policy set.
-Note: If there is a finding, note the name of the non STIG/ISCG-compliant policy set in the Findings Details section in VMS/Component Provided Tracking Database.
-Launch the MDM console and click on the Policies tab.
-Select the iOS security policy.
-Verify “Allow Siri" is not checked.
Mark as a finding if not set as required.
|Fix Text (F-36587r1_fix)|
| Disable Siri in the iOS security policy. |