Mosyle Unveils First AI-Powered Zero Trust Security for macOS

Mosyle, an Apple Unified Platform, has launched Mosyle Automated Zero Trust.

Mosyle, an Apple Unified Platform, has launched Mosyle Automated Zero Trust. The new offering is the first of its kind to combine Zero Trust with artificial intelligence (AI) to simplify and automate security on macOS device, according to Alcyr Araujo, founder and CEO at Mosyle. 

“Maintaining a trusted list of applications, libraries, scripts, and other executable code running in Macs used for work can be a demanding and exhausting task for IT admins and security pros,” he says. “By leveraging the power of AI, that’s exactly the challenge our new offering automates.”

Mosyle’s Automated Zero Trust is powered by LeeryAI , the company’s proprietary, lightweight AI engine. The tool automatically tracks, evaluates, and analyzes every executable code running on each Mac to build and maintain a trust list. Mosyle’s Automated Zero Trust provides IT and Mac administrators with a fully automated, always-on, macOS security tool that protects every enterprise-owned macOS device without hampering productivity, according to Araujo.

Leery AI  leverages thousands of real-time data points provided to Mosyle Fuse – an Apple-only solution responsible for deploying, securing and managing Apple devices, as well as installing and patching applications. The news comes on the heels of the launch of Mosyle AIScript, the industry’s first generative AI-powered macOS scripting tool that lets IT admins use natural language to generate ready-to use scripts for Macs.

Mosyle’s Automated Zero Trust is now available to a select group of customers as a private beta. For more info go to

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