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Tenable has introduced a cybersecurity product that employs generative artificial intelligence to help customers analyze attack paths in information technology environments and turn insight from the analysis into actionable actions. The ExposureAI platform offers preventive security tools that facilitate natural language search queries, exposure data-based mitigation guidance and risk action recommendations, Tenable said Wednesday. A […] More
Microsoft and Tenable have expanded their collaboration to help U.S. federal agencies accelerate the detection, investigation and remediation of cybersecurity threats in accordance with the cybersecurity executive order signed in May 2021. The extended partnership will facilitate the integration of Tenable.io with Microsoft Sentinel and Microsoft Defender Cloud platforms to “support vulnerability assessments for hybrid […] More
Tenable has been certified under Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program to offer government organizations a cloud-based product built to help users monitor the attack surface of an information technology environment. The Tenable.io offering, which is powered by Nessus software, performs continuous tracking of IT systems and web applications, the company said Thursday. “Federal agencies […] More
Carahsoft now offers Tenable’s risk-based cybersecurity platform to government customers through its spot on the General Services Administration’s Information Technology Schedule 70 contract and other government acquisition vehicles. Carahsoft said Thursday it serves as a public sector distributor for Tenable’s Cyber Exposure Platform, which is designed to provide cyber oversight across an organization’s IT, operational […] More

Robert Huber, chief security officer at Tenable, has said the Department of Defense needs to do more to protect modern weapons from cybersecurity risks as the number of connected systems increases. “Technological advances that make these systems more efficient are not enough. We must also ensure that our cybersecurity approach keeps up with these advancements in every way," Huber wrote in a guest piece published Wednesday on Nextgov.

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