July 2, 2014
New SecurityCenter CV Dashboard Displays Analytics Simply and Graphically
Tenable Network Security®, Inc., the leader in continuous network monitoring, today announced the new SecurityCenter Continuous View (CV)™ pre-defined MAS TRM dashboard, which makes it easy for the Financial and Insurance Institution sector to comply with the complex regulatory environment created by the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Technology Risk Management Guidelines.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) published a refreshed set of Technology Risk Management (TRM) Guidelines that have a strong regional and global impact. The guidelines now extend beyond banks to include any organization that can be classified as a Financial Institution (FI), including finance companies, insurance companies, financial advisers, securities exchanges, futures exchanges and clearing houses. The guidelines are also very broad and impact all IT systems of the FI, not just Internet-facing systems.
Some areas touched by the TRM Guidelines include:
- Technology risk management framework
- Acquisition and development of information systems
- IT service management
- Operational infrastructure security, management
"While our MAS TRM dashboard helps financial and insurance institutions navigate compliance, Tenable’s SecurityCenter CV also provides the continuous monitoring needed to help ensure these organizations are not vulnerable to the range of cyber threats attacking the financial sector," said Attley NG, Tenable’s Vice President, Asia Pacific.
Tenable’s SecurityCenter CV allows organizations to have the most comprehensive and integrated view of network health, thanks to its market-defining continuous monitoring platform. It provides a unique combination of detection, reporting and pattern recognition utilizing industry-recognized algorithms and models. Attributes include tight integration and API extensibility with SIEMs, malware defenses, patch management tools, BYOD, firewalls and virtualization systems. SecurityCenter CV also scales to meet future demand for monitoring virtualized systems, cloud services and the proliferation of devices. It supports more technologies than any other vendor, including operating systems, network devices, hypervisors, databases, tablets, phones, web servers and critical infrastructure. Because Tenable has the largest installed base, it detects security and compliance issues before other vendors do. SecurityCenter CV’s continuous monitoring identifies customers’ biggest risk across the entire enterprise, and allows them to react to advanced threats, zero-day vulnerabilities and new forms of regulatory compliance.
Read more information on Tenable SecurityCenter Continuous View’s pre-defined MAS TRM dashboard.