Welcome to the Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 6
- New blog post going up today on the experiences at Cyberdawn, a cyber exercise that puts hackers against defenders in a realistic environment.
- Attention Security Center customers! A new version is due to be released soon, 3.4.5 will include improvements such as web application scanning support.
- We are looking for feedback on the new Nessus client version 4.2, so head on over to our Nessus discussion forums and let us know what you think!
- As always be sure to check out our blog at http://blog.tenablesecurity.com
Interview: John Lampe - Passive Vulnerability Scanning
- What is your background and how did you get starting in information security ?
- What is the primary product you work on here at Tenable?
- What does PVS do? Can you also give us some of the history behind it?
- How are the plugins structured? Are the easy to write? Can the end user look at the code? How are they updated?
- What is coming down the road for PVS?
- How does PVS differ from Snort?
- What kinds of client side vulnerabilities can be detected?
- How does PVS handle high speed networks?
- Can PVS detect vulnerabilities in web applications?
- What are some of the more interesting vulnerabilities that PVS can detect?
Interview: Tim Rosenburg - White Wolf Security
- Paul Asadoorian will be speaking at the Louisville Infosec conference on web application security on October 7, 2009
- Oct 15 - Ron Gula will be participating at the 2009 San Francisco CISO Executive Summit
- October 26-27 - Tenable will be at the Techno Forensics conference in githersburg, MD
- October 26-30 - 5th Annual IT Security Automation Conference in Baltimore, MD
- November 6-7 Dojocon