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Endpoint Protection Options: Mac

Cornell policy requires all university-owned computers to use endpoint protection, and strongly recommends the same for any computer used by a member of the Cornell community. See options for endpoint protection on university-owned or personal Mac computers.

This article applies to: Endpoint Protection

University-Owned Computers

If the university-owned computer is managed by a unit that's signed a Certified Desktop agreement, your IT staff will deploy CrowdStrike.

Personally-Owned Computers

We recommend using one of the following three free options. All products provide similar protection. You should always configure antivirus software for automatic updates and real-time threat protections.

If you have any questions, consult your local technical support provider or contact the IT Service Desk at

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