I am not a Mac guy, but I do know networking is somewhat *NIX-like, e.g., much is in common with Linux. For this particular case I do not think the Mac needs a driver per se, but I am uncertain. Normally what would happen is that the device should just be seen as a network adapter, and connecting to it should automatically assign an address. If security does not trust this USB device, then it might just be a case of telling the Mac that it is ok to use the USB NIC.
FYI, most USB network devices would be an actual NIC, but because the Jetson is already fully set up and running, then the usual driver will be irrelevant…the Jetson runs regardless of whether the Mac provides anything or not. The real question is if the Mac sees the device, and if the Mac gives permission.
If you were to go to a command line prompt on the Mac, then probably the “ifconfig” command would work the same for this as it does with Linux, and perhaps show devices.