- All Tenable One customers now have access to Tenable Vulnerability Management and the Tenable Security Centre due to this latest development.
- Tenable One offers customers who utilize Security Centre and Vulnerability Management a unified view of their exposure information across the entire attack surface.
Tenable Holdings Inc., a provider of network security solutions, announced that a new integration with its Security Centre 6.1 would enable support for on-premises and hybrid deployments of its Tenable One exposure management platform.
Tenable One, introduced in October, integrates asset visibility and related vulnerabilities across the contemporary attack surface to provide preventive security. It is an exposure management platform that offers context-driven risk analytics, enabling security teams to shift from reactive firefighting to preventative to foresee and stop threats before they can harm.
Due to this latest announcement, all Tenable One customers now have access to Tenable Vulnerability Management and the Tenable Security Centre. Tenable customers now have the freedom to select where they deploy their vulnerability management assets, whether in the cloud, on-premises, or both, for a hybrid strategy due to the addition of on-premises and hybrid support.
Customers of the Security Centre can now investigate exposure management through Tenable One, giving them access to sophisticated exposure management tools, including Attack Path Analysis, Lumin Exposure View, and asset inventory analytics. According to claims, the combination will help with attack surface visibility and cyber risk analysis.
Tenable One offers customers who utilize Security Centre and Vulnerability Management a unified view of their exposure information across the entire attack surface. Thanks to integrated cyber risk analytics, organizations can utilize the service to prioritize remediation efforts. To provide even more visibility and easier control, Security Centre Plus and Security Centre Director have also been integrated.
Glen Pendley, Chief Technology Officer, said, “Visibility into cyber risk factors should be a right and not a privilege, and yet for too many organizations that only deploy on-premises vulnerability management solutions, there’s no way to truly see the full picture of where the greatest threats exist.”
Tenable Security Centre 6.1 is anticipated to become generally accessible in the second quarter of 2023.