This requirement only applies if a non-MDM profile is used on an iOS device. An example would be if the Fixmo MDM profile is used to implement iOS security and a Good profile is used to provide email services. In this case, the Good profile would be a non-MDM profile.
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.
The profile password will meet CYBERCOM CTO 07-15Rev1 requirements for admin passwords and not be given to the user.
-Verify “Require password to remove profile” is checked and a complex Super User password is set.
Mark as a finding if not configured as required.
Fix Text (F-27656r2_fix)
Set smartphone to require a password to remove the device configuration profile if a non-MDM profile is used. Passwords must meet CYBERCOM CTO 07-15Rev1 requirements for admin passwords and not be given to the user.