In the past, new iOS versions will be flagged as Compromised when the Intelligent Hub (AirWatch) agent is not updated accordingly. Are all of your developers running iOS 13 with the same Hub version? With iOS 9 release, AirWatch called all customer directly to make sure that the 'Enterprise Wipe' upon compromise setting for this very same reason.
Currently, the setting is located in Groups & Settings -> Apps -> Settings and Policies -> Security Policies ->Compromised Protection. My site is set to Disabled.
I do not recommend enabling it unless you understand the impact in your environment.
Since iOS 13 Beta 5 we also get a false compromised report but only when opening Boxer. Therefore Boxer wipes its data but any other enterprise apps are untouched.
It also only happens on Boxer with VPN using VMware Tunnel. We also have an alternative setup where Boxer only uses a certificate for authentification and no VPN and the problem does not occur with that setup.
Compromised detection is disabled as writen by @Rich B. We are on-prem v1810.
Anyone experienced the same thing or has a solution?