SCAP Audit Summary

by Cody Dumont
April 15, 2014

The Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) is a mixture of community developed security specifications. SecurityCenter users are able to embrace the NIST security automation agenda through more efficient use of devices with SCAP audit file support, and advanced reporting using the dashboards and reports native to SecurityCenter.

Cybersecurity Framework Audit Dashboards

by Cody Dumont
March 4, 2014

Cybersecurity Framework Audit Summary
SecurityCenter and Nessus have the ability to check compliance status using the audit files. With native flexibility of all Tenable products, SecurityCenter is able to report on the compliance status of the Cybersecurity Framework using the compliance data previously collected. This dashboard provides two views of compliance data. One view includes ration bars indicating ratio of checks to status of the check. The other data set shows a matrix of the compliance check status.

Compliance Summary

by Cody Dumont
February 20, 2014

Compliance Summary Screen Shot
SecurityCenter and Nessus have to ability to check compliance with a variety of standards including HIPAA, NIST 800-53, PCI DSS, and DoDI 8500.2. This dashboard shows the security manager a summary of the current compliance status.

NIST 800-53 Pie Charts

by Cody Dumont
November 21, 2013

NIST 800-53 Pie Charts Screen Shot
The dashboard provides nine pie charts of an organization’s compliance with NIST 800-53 standards, based on the FIPS 200 Publication families.

DISA Control Correlation Identifier (CCI) Dashboard

by Ron Gula
January 21, 2013

DISA dashboard

This dashboard shows which unique Control Correlation Identifiers (CCI) have passing or failing settings. It is a great way to perform a DISA STIG audit and then to quickly be able to identify which CCIs are compliant or not compliant. 

CyberScope Monitoring (Active and Passive)

by Randal T. Rioux
August 9, 2012


This SecurityCenter dashboard template, based on the "CyberScope Monitoring (Active)" template, keeps you up to date on the current status of your organization's CyberScope position, focusing on the active (Nessus) and passive (PVS) analysis results of the three major required components: CVE, CCE and CPE statistics.