Mac OSX 10.11.5 addresses a important number CVE Vulnerabilities, Addigy highly recommends this update be deployed across the entire enterprise. 2016 has continued a high number of vulnerabilities with 118 CVE Vulnerabilities thus far for the year. This particular v10.11.5 update addresses 70 CVE Vulnerabilities. There are other performance updates to take advantage of as well.
If we look at ALL machines running on Addigy today, we only have 41% of devices currently running v10.11 (El Capitan). We also recommend that you upgrade your systems to v10.11 (El Capitan) to take advantage of these updates, and can assist with how to do so within Addigy: Help Me Upgrade to El Capitan
It's important to remember that the Mac OS 10.11 (El Capitan) had a significant change in architecture to better secure the Mac. Although it has addressed large gaps, the number of vulnerabilities has stayed quite steady this year. It is also even more important to know that the vast majority of these critical security updates are only being applied to 10.11 (El Capitan). You can see this CVE updates applied to OS versions in v10.11.5 KB update
Update v10.11.5 does not address the wide-spread bug in v10.11.4 that we reported last week. We at Addigy, recommend that you still do not apply v10.11.4 or v10.11.5 update to MacBookPro 13" Retina, as it is causing wide-spread freezing: http://www.addigy.com/mac-os-update-issue-10-11-4/
Within Addigy it is as simple as approving the update within Policies:
List of 2016 Mac OS CVE (Common Vulnerability and Exposures), and the specific CVE Updates v10.11.5 is fixing is listed below (70 in Total):
Keep I.T. Real,
The Addigy Team.