Tenable’s Paul Asadoorian and Jack Daniel Win 2013 Social Security Blogger Awards
This year’s RSA Conference was good for Tenable Network Security. First, Tenable SecurityCenter was recognized in the SC Magazine Awards 2013 Best Enterprise Security Solution category, which acknowledges companies with superior security products that help customers tackle today’s most pressing IT challenges.
Then, Tenable’s own Paul Asadoorian and Jack Daniel won 2013 Social Security Blogger Awards (SSBAs). The awards are announced each year at the Security Bloggers Meetup at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, California. The SSBAs, now in its fifth year, are peer awards – by security bloggers and podcasters for bloggers and podcasters. Congratulations to Paul and Jack! Check out some of their posts on the Tenable Blog.
At Tenable, Paul is the product evangelist for Nessus and Nessus Perimeter Service. He does a weekly Tenable Podcast blog post on the latest Tenable news, notable Nessus and PVS plugins, SecurityCenter templates and reports, and key security stories. Paul also creates blog posts and videos explaining key features of Nessus and Perimeter Service.
PaulDotCom won in the "Best Security Podcast” category of the Social Security Blogger Awards. Paul’s organization does weekly podcasts, webcasts, security consulting, and collateral dedicated to security, hacking, and education.
Jack is the technical product manager for Tenable’s Enterprise products – SecurityCenter, Passive Vulnerability Scanner, and Log Correlation Engine. Jack speaks on behalf of Tenable at a number of information security events, does Enterprise product demos and videos, and posts on the Tenable Blog.
Last year saw the first inductions into the Security Bloggers Hall of Fame, and Jack was honored as this year's inductee. Jack’s security blog, Uncommon Sense Security, started in 2007. The blog is a place for Jack to give his colorful views on today’s security issues.
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