The A Stands for Availability

Security Monitor by Riccardo Mori:

Now I’ve switched to ‘active distrust’ mode towards Apple. I don’t feel 10.14 Mojave brings anything particularly useful to me, and 10.15 Catalina even less so. Nothing really worth leaving High Sierra and its general stability behind. Everything I’m reading about Catalina, the experiences of those valiant people trying out the beta, and the technical observations of the more expert users and Mac developers, gives me the impression that Catalina is perhaps the first version of Mac OS that is more useful to Apple rather than their users, if you get my drift.

I can’t agree more. My personal machines – a 2011 Mac Mini Server and 2015 MacBook Pro are still on High Sierra because Apple is IMHO no more reliable than any other vendor. My work 2015 MacBook Air is force updated by the CIO Office to the latest macOS release – major, minor, and supplemental – to the point where internal sites are filling up with complaints about forced reboots during client meetings, presentations, customer maintenance, end-of-month/-quarter activities, and other sensitive moments.
Which makes me wonder yet again: why do people forget about availability when talking about security?

Be nice with what you write.