Organizations that do not understand their network, what devices are on it, the network connections, and who is talking to whom, will not be able to effectively manage or protect their network. This report assists an organization in better understanding its network, tracking inventory, discovering network connections, and even detecting unauthorized systems and unusual activity.
The report is available in the SecurityCenter Feed, a comprehensive collection of dashboards, reports, assurance report cards and assets. The report can be easily located in the SecurityCenter Feed under the category Discovery & Detection. The report requirements are:
- SecurityCenter 4.8.1
- Nessus 5.2.7
- LCE 4.4.0
- PVS 4.0.2
- Tenable Network Monitor
- Tenable NetFlow Monitor
Tenable’s SecurityCenter Continuous View (CV) is the market-defining continuous network monitoring platform. SecurityCenter CV includes active vulnerability detection with Nessus and passive vulnerability detection with the Tenable Passive Vulnerability Scanner (PVS), as well as log correlation with the Tenable Log Correlation Engine (LCE). Using SecurityCenter CV, an organization will obtain the most comprehensive and integrated view of its network.
The following chapters are included in the report:
- General Network Information - This chapter presents overall information about the network, including the top recommended remediations, recent network changes, the most active systems, ports, and users on the network, breakdowns of network systems, and those hosts on the network interacting with cloud services.
- Details by Host - This chapter presents information for each host detected on the network, including when it was last scanned, who is responsible for it, when it was last detected, its most active ports and users, and whether it had any detected internal and external connections to other IP addresses.
- Internal Host Connectivity - This chapter presents information on the passively detected internal connections between hosts on the network. For each host is displayed the hosts that connected to it, as well as the hosts to which it connected.