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Tenable Enhances SecurityCenter Continuous View

Tenable Network Security, a provider of network security and vulnerability management solutions, on Thursday announced new real-time security and compliance intelligence capabilities for its SecurityCenter Continuous View (CV) platform.

Tenable Network Security, a provider of network security and vulnerability management solutions, on Thursday announced new real-time security and compliance intelligence capabilities for its SecurityCenter Continuous View (CV) platform.

With the new features, Tenable says it can offer active scanning, passive network monitoring and security information and event management (SIEM) in a unified platform – eliminating the need for custom integration, manual data normalization, and point product management.

SecurityCenter CV also now includes Tenable’s Log Correlation Engine (LCE) which enables security teams to integrate security intelligence from logs, events, and network data available for advanced vulnerability management.

“Changing enterprise landscape of mobile, cloud, and virtual infrastructure, sophisticated threats, and new security and compliance frameworks makes the inclusion of log analysis essential,” said Ron Gula, CEO Tenable Network Security. “Most would agree that SIEMs have not delivered on their promise. Putting log and event analysis in service of advanced vulnerability, threat, and compliance management can change the game for security analysts, auditors, and enterprise risk managers.”

SecurityCenter CV customers’ licenses are automatically extended to include a five (5) terabyte capacity LCE component, the company said.

New features added to SecurityCenter Continuous View allow the solution to:

• Enable discovery and inventory of 100% of IT assets both authorized and unauthorized in any network topology. LCE agents provide an additional asset discovery method for networks with limited or complex segmentation.

• Automatically identify sophisticated attacks through real-time normalization and correlation of vulnerability, threat intelligence, malicious process detection, and anomalous communication relationships.

• Leverage indicators of compromise and other third-party intelligence to identify systems already exploited.

• Address log management and vulnerability management requirements of many regulations and standards, such as FISMA and PCI, from Tenable’s extended solution.

Additionally, new “outcome-based” security initiatives including the SANS Top 20 Critical Security Controls program, DHS Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program, and NERC CIP v5 that align security and compliance are fully supported, Tenable said.

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