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.
Based on increasing demand for training during the past quarter, we have refined our course sequence to better meet the needs of enterprise customers that use Security Center, the Passive Vulnerability Scanner, and the Log Correlation Engine – and those that use Nessus to perform vulnerability scans or compliance audits of their own (or their clients’) networks.
As a result, we have split our training offerings into two tracks and moved from three courses to four.
Starting in October, two training sessions will be offered each month. The first session is three days of enterprise training that focus on Unified Security Monitoring and includes vulnerability scanning, configuration auditing, passive network monitoring and log analysis with the Security Center and other Tenable solutions. Later in the month, two days of Nessus training will be offered that cover scanning and configuration auditing using Nessus.
Which track should you choose?
If your organization only works with Nessus, you should sign up for the Nessus classes, and if you operate or make use of any Tenable enterprise products, you should take the enterprise classes.
For more information on Tenable and Nessus product training see http://www.tenablesecurity.com/training/