MacOS sends security patches very frequently since 2010. You can enable MacOS to regularly look for security updates so that you can download and install them once they arrive. Apple sends a notification when updates are available, but you can also manually look for security updates.
Here’s how to update your macOS regularly to look for security updates.
Open Apple menu
Choose the Apple menu by clicking on the Apple icon located at the top-left corner of your screen.
Click ‘System Preferences’
Choose the option ‘System Preferences’ from the drop-down menu that appears.
Go to ‘Software Update’
After you are in System Preferences, click ‘Software Update’.
Click on Automatically keep my Mac up to date
To get updates automatically installed, click on ‘Automatically keep my Mac up to date’.
Now you will get regular updates downloaded automatically when you are connected to the internet. You can also select “Check for updates,” “Download new updates when available,” to keep your device secured.
This is how you can update your macOS regularly to look for security updates with just a few clicks.