Gain Business Insights Into Your Organization’s Overall Cyber Risk
of organizations report a disadvantage in responding to vulnerabilities due to their use of manual processes.*
"Lumin allows us to get a better view of how we compare against our peers and allows us to focus on true risk in our environments. With data constantly flowing in from many sources, Lumin gives us a clear picture of where we began, where we are today, and what to focus on tomorrow."Evan London, Senior Consultant, IT Security at Virtustream
View Business Context For Cyber Exposure Reduction Efforts
of organizations report that traditional KPIs or metrics for evaluating business risks cannot be used to understand cyber risks.*
"Lumin has enabled us to save time by stopping the “committee approach” to reducing cyber risk and to focus more time on actual remediation. Knowing how to reduce our cyber exposure score the most by remediating specific assets helps the security department communicate with other departments on exactly what needs to be done."Tyler Warren, Director, IT Security at Prologis
Answer Critical Questions Through Your Cyber Exposure Command Center
With Tenable Lumin, for the first time organizations can answer four critical questions:
- Where are we exposed?
- Where should we prioritize based on risk?
- How are we reducing exposure over time?
- How do we compare?
Only Tenable Lumin provides the insight needed to manage and reduce Cyber Exposure across the modern attack surface.
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Tenable Lumin Frequently Asked Questions
Assessment Maturity is a single metric that quantifies how an organization is scanning their environment. It provides this insight by computing two underlying components:
- Scan Frequency How frequently organizations scan each asset in their network
- Scan Depth How deeply or thoroughly they scan each asset for vulnerabilities
Organisations are assigned a grade for their Scan Frequency, Scan Depth and overall Assessment Maturity scores along with comparisons to their industry peers and the overall population. Via such grading, organizations can compare their efforts to others and improve their processes accordingly.