Tenable is pleased to announce the availability of the Nessus On Demand training.
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Tenable Network Security was ranked 251st on the Deloitte 2010 Technology Fast 500™ program (15th in Greater Washington DC area). This program ranks the fastest growing companies in technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology in North America. Rankings are based on the percentage of fiscal year revenue growth during the past five years. Tenable’s revenue grew 363% during this period.
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Tenable Network Security is very pleased to announce the release of SecurityCenter 4. This major new release of our security management tool provides much greater efficiency in managing security, compliance and situational awareness for enterprise network monitoring. The process and data from vulnerability scanning, log analysis, event management, configuration auditing and much more can be managed, fused and analyzed from one central
Tenable Network Security is currently seeking talented individuals to fill several roles within the company. Tenable Network Security is a privately held company founded in 2002 by security product innovators Ron Gula, Renaud Deraison and Jack Huffard. Together with Tenable CSO Marcus Ranum, they have developed a Unified Security Monitoring approach based on the award-winning Nessus scanner engine leveraged with several other enterprise vulnerability and log management products such as SecurityCenter, the Log Correlation Engine (LCE) and the Passive Vulnerability Scanner (PVS). In 2009, Tenable was named one of Deloitte’s 500 fastest growing technology companies. This blog provides a brief description of four technical positions that are open here at Tenable:
This position is ideal for those who like to research and test software vulnerabilities. The results of your research will present themselves as Nessus and PVS plugins, which are small scripts that are able to detect vulnerabilities. In this role, you will accurately test for vulnerabilities by manually configuring vulnerable targets in a virtual environment, analyzing the system or application to reliably understand how the vulnerability is exploited and then developing a method to test for the vulnerability with credentialed or uncredentialed access. We are looking for people with strong programming skills (knowledge of a scripting language, regular expressions, functions and source code analysis), familiarity with system configurations in operating systems, applications or network devices and in-depth knowledge of TCP/IP protocols, Linux/Unix internals and Windows internals.
Tenable Network Security is seeking to fill a variety of technical and sales positions. These positions primarily reside in our Columbia, Maryland office. If you or someone you know would be a good fit for any of the positions I've outlined below, please have them contact us by emailing email@example.com.
If you follow the blog, you can see there is a lot going on at Tenable right now, and the training program is no exception. As Brian mentioned in a previous blog entry, our instructor-led classes on Nessus and Tenable Unified Security Monitoring solutions have recently been updated to cover the latest features included in NessusClient 3.2.1 and Security Center 3.4.2 releases.
As a new Tenable employee, one of my first opportunities was to sit in on recently updated Nessus training classes taught by Tenable’s Training Lead, Matt Franz. Joining me in putting Matt on the hot seat was Tenable CSO Marcus Ranum. As a consultant, I have been using Nessus for almost ten years to assist in assessing clients’ networks, but had never attended formal training on the software. I sat in on the first day of class to better understand how to leverage Nessus to perform credentialed scans to audit a