by Diane Garey on January 20, 2015
This week, Tenable released a maintenance update for the Nessus vulnerability scanner. This update delivers several new features and some minor bug fixes. The new features are described here.
by Jeffrey Man on January 7, 2015
by Cris Thomas on January 6, 2015
Recently there have been several great books that illustrate the importance of information security in today’s world, including Kevin Mitnick’s “Ghost in the Wires,” Andy Greenberg’s “This Machine Kills Secrets” and Brian Krebs’ “Spam Nation.” Joining the list at the
by Ken Bechtel on December 11, 2014
Team Anti-Virus, an independent group of anti-virus researchers, published Ten Rules of Common Sense Computing and Virus Defense ten years ago to help educate network security personnel, end users, and the gener
by Gavin Millard on December 8, 2014
Gavin Millard is featured in the December 2014 issue of (IN)SECURE magazine for his lead article on The Five Stages of Security Grief.
by Manish Patel on December 4, 2014
by Mehul Revankar on December 1, 2014
Imagine you woke up one day and realized that your top competitor had siphoned off a list of all your customers, sales leads, future customers, and product pricing. You might think that couldn’t happen on your watch, right?
by Jeffrey Man on November 26, 2014
The 2014 holiday season is upon us and with it, the forecast of billions in retail sales.
by Ken Bechtel on November 25, 2014
On the 24th of November 2014, a major anti-malware vendor released a report concerning a long running piece of backdoor Trojan malware, now called “Regin.” We at Tenable Network Security were aware of this report on the Sunday before the release, and looked
by David Schreiber on November 19, 2014
In less than two weeks, US consumers will engage in the annual holiday shopping frenzy known as Black Friday.