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Tenable Awarded Common Criteria Certification EAL2+

by Jennifer Collis
November 15, 2012

We are pleased to announce that Tenable Network Security has been awarded Common Criteria certification, again meeting the rigorous security requirements defined by the Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation.

Tenable Recognized by Inc. Magazine for Outstanding Growth

by Dale Gardner
August 30, 2012

Earlier today, Tenable Network Security revealed it had been named as one of the fastest-growing private companies by Inc. Magazine in its annual Inc. 5000 ranking. We're proud to note Tenable's performance — 259% sales growth over a three year period — earned an overall ranking of #15 among security companies, and #19 in the metropolitan Baltimore area.

Annoy, Attribute, and Attack

by Dale Gardner
May 28, 2012

Annoy, attribute, and–with care–attack the attackers who are attacking you. In this RSA presentation, Tenable Product Evangelist and PaulDotCom Host Paul Asadoorian is joined by colleague John Strand to discuss and demonstrate Offensive Countermeasures: Making Attacker's Lives Miserable. Watch now on YouTube. 

 

Nessus 5 On Demand Training Now Available

by Jennifer Collis
March 29, 2012

We are pleased to announce the release of Nessus 5 On Demand Training. Highlights of the new self-paced training course include:

New SCADA Plugins for Nessus and Tenable PVS

by Paul Asadoorian
January 31, 2012

Assessing the security of SCADA devices has always been a challenging task. SCADA devices are used in several critical infrastructure industries, including power plants, manufacturing, chemical processing, and nuclear reactors. Thus, the high availability and security of these devices are of the utmost importance. The challenge lies in assessing the security of SCADA devices without causing any adverse effects. The special purpose-built systems often operate within a limited scope and use protocols that are specific to the tasks being performed, such as Modbus, OPC, and DNP3.

In 2006, Tenable Network Security released the first Nessus® vulnerability scanner and Tenable Passive Vulnerability Scanner (PVS) SCADA plugins (you can read the original release notes for PVS in a post titled "SCADA Network Monitoring" and the original release for Nessus titled "SCADA Checks For Nessus 3"). In April 2011, a new round of SCADA plugins were released for Nessus (covering devices from Movicon, 7-Technologies, and more).

Tenable is now pleased to announce the availability of additional SCADA plugins for Nessus ProfessionalFeed, Tenable SecurityCenter, and PVS users. Tenable's research team worked alongside SCADA experts from Digital Bond to test and identify a wide variety of common SCADA devices. The plugins were announced at Digital Bond’s S4 Conference on SCADA security held on January 19, 2012. Note: Digital Bond’s Dale Peterson joined us on the Tenable Network Security podcast episode 110 and spoke about the new plugins and SCADA security.

Below is a sample of some of the new SCADA plugins:

SecurityCenter Dashboards on the Discussion Forums

by Kelly Todd
November 18, 2011

One of the primary ways SecurityCenter allows you to visualize the overall security and compliance posture of your network is through the use of dashboards. The SecurityCenter section of Tenable’s Discussion Forums now provides index lists for all of the available Tenable-produced SecurityCenter dashboards grouped by category.

Tenable Network Security Named Fastest-Growing Enterprise Network Security Provider in North America on Deloitte’s 2011 Technology Fast 500™

by Susan Brown
October 20, 2011

We are so excited to announce that we were named the fastest-growing enterprise network security provider by Deloitte in their Technology Fast 500! We ranked 261st on Deloitte’s list with a 4-year sales growth of 337 percent and were in the top 10 among local software providers.

This is our second consecutive top-ranking; in August, Tenable was named the fastest-growing private company in enterprise security software by Inc. Magazine. 

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