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Ron Gula Quoted in Federal Times

September 29, 2014

Ron Gula discussed Tenable's perspective on continuous monitoring in Rutrell Yasin's article, "CDM brings new complexity to agency networks."

Ron Gula on Feedback Friday

September 29, 2014

Eduard Kovacs included Ron Gula's comments on the Shellshock vulnerability in his Feedback Friday article. Kovacs reached out to several members of the security community to get their thoughts on the impact of Shellshock.

Gavin Millard Discusses Shellshock

September 25, 2014

Tim Ring featured Gavin Millard's comments on the recently disclosed Shellshock vulnerability in his SC Magazine UK article, "Bash flaw threatens hundreds of millions of servers."

Marcus Ranum on Metrics

September 19, 2014

In his latest Security Week blog in a series on metrics, "True White-Knuckled Stories of Metrics in Action: The Faculty Systems," Ranum relayed a story of metrics at a university and explained how managers can keep metrics relevant to the problem at hand.

Charles Hessifer Discusses Insider Threats

September 15, 2014

Sean Lyngaas of Federal Computer Week featured several quotes from Charles Hessifer in his article "Trust issues." Hessifer talked about the recent emphasis on preventing insider threats and the reason why the federal government is trending toward continuous monitoring.

VPN Creative Interviews Ron Gula

September 9, 2014

VPN Creative featured their interview with Tenable CEO Ron Gula, where they asked him about everything from the recent Community Health Services breach to the future of the security landscape.

Marcus Ranum on iCloud Celebrity Hack

September 8, 2014

Marcus Ranum was featured in Eduard Kovacs' Feedback.Friday where he commented on the use of brute force attacks and the steps that should be taken to prevent them.

Jeff Man on CHS Breach

August 26, 2014

Jeff Man was featured in Mark Sullivan's article where he commented on the role that Heartbleed may have played in the Community Health Systems breach and what CHS could have done to protect themselves.

New security tools from Tenable, HP, Co3 attempt the impossible

August 12, 2014

The article compares SC-CV against HP's WebInspect and Co3. WebInspect is a traditional web application scanner. Co3 is a new type of company which attempts to create processes around incident response. They rated SecurityCenter the best.

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