Tenable in the News

UMD and Tenable Announce New Cybersecurity Partnership

by Paul Asadoorian
February 7, 2011

Tenable is proud to announce a newly formed partnership with the Univeristy of Maryland's Cybersecurity Center. The partnership will focus on preparing the future security workforce and collaborating on cybersecurity challenges.

Nessus 4.4 Receives SC Magazine "Recommended Award"

by Paul Asadoorian
February 2, 2011

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It's a rare honor to receive the highest ranking accorded by a reviewer - especially in a highly competitive field. Tenable is very proud to announce that Secure Computing magazine has awarded Nessus 5 out of 5 stars in all categories, including a nice write-up about Nessus features, documentation, support and user experience:

"This product has been the old standby for years, and we find it is still the good dog when it comes to straight-up vulnerability assessment."

Tenable Network Security on the Inc 5000 List

by Ron Gula
August 30, 2010

As the CEO and co-founder of Tenable Network Security, I am very proud to announce our inclusion in the 2010 Inc 5000 list of fastest growing companies in the United States. We placed #1369 out of 5000 ranked companies. Tenable is very unique on this list as being one of the only security companies present that is neither public nor has raised external investment capital.

SOURCE Boston Re-Cap

by Paul Asadoorian
May 5, 2010

Two weeks ago, several Tenable colleagues and I traveled to Boston to attend and speak at the SOURCE conference. The SOURCE conferences, founded by Stacy Thayer, are small in size but big on content. Since the conference is fairly intimate (this year’s had approximately 250 attendees), I had the chance to talk to many people in the hallways about security, attend some great talks and deliver a presentation on the state of embedded systems security.

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SOURCE Boston was held at the Seaport Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. The above picture was taken at the hotel looking out over Seaport Lane.

SOURCE continues to be a great conference held in Boston, Massachusetts and Barcelona, Spain. It has a great atmosphere, the caliber of people in information security who attend are top notch and the presentations are great. Tenable submitted three presentations to SOURCE that were all well received and are described below:

Risky Business and OWASP Podcast Interviews with Ron Gula

by Ron Gula
February 3, 2010

Recently, I had the chance to be interviewed for two different podcasts. 

In Risky Business #138, I had the opportunity to chat with show host Patrick Gray about the recent Google hack, why they may have been using IE6 and what this means for information security in general. This episode also features an interview with Dan Geer on the future of computing which I highly recommend. 

Risky Business Episode #136

by Ron Gula
December 21, 2009

The latest episode of the Risky Business podcast is now online. Patrick Gray and I spoke about the recent SANS Incident Detection Summit and how forensics, security monitoring and the detection of advanced persistent threats is gaining more awareness and attention in enterprise networks. Episode #136 also discusses a new zero-day exploit for Cisco firmware and information security news events.

Deloitte Names Tenable as one of America’s Fastest Growing Companies

by Ron Gula
October 20, 2009

Tenable Network Security was ranked 290th on the Deloitte 2009 Technology Fast 500™ program. 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 441% during this period.

Tenable Wins Reader's Choice Award

by Ron Gula
October 5, 2009

ISM_RC_09_S Nessus, the Security Center and Passive Vulnerabiltiy Scanner were awarded a Reader's Choice award from Information Security magazine and SearchSecurity.com. The winners “were selected based on extensive, in-depth discussions and interviews between the editors of Information Security magazine and SearchSecurity.com and over 1,700 information security executives and managers, who were asked to assess and rate products deployed within their organizations from a listing of more than 380 products spanning 17 product categories. The judging panel then selected Gold, Silver and Bronze award winners within each product category.”

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