"Tenable" New Functionalities Based on Verizon DBIR
COLUMBIA, MD: Tenable, provider of security solutions has revealed their new set of analytics that could help customers to enhance organizational security posture. The set of functionalities operates on the findings of Verizon‘s 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR).
Tenable’s new DBIR dashboard and its Assurance Report Cards (ARC) enable organizations to compile and analyze data which influences the adoption of DBIR recommendations and its best practices. The updated dashboard provides critical context and actionable intelligence which helps organizations to protect and strengthen their cyber security. With the assistance of the ARC, security officers can analyze and measure common threats and vulnerabilities that are identified in the report.
According to Tenable, they are able to identify all of the different types of risk on the network so customers can make informed decisions about where they are exposed.
Tenable has helped many companies address their security challenges by continuously measuring, analyzing, and visualizing the health of organizations IT. Apart from updating the existing DBIR dashboards—browser vulnerabilities, account weakness, network and host security, tenable network has also incorporated new dashboards and ARCs. The account weakness and compliance ARC enable organizations to improve access control measures by utilizing user management policies. With the help of Incident Pattern Monitoring, firms can comprehensively monitor anti-virus updates, potential policy violations, remote access, and data leakage. Other Dashboards and ARCs include web application and browser security, network and host security, and vulnerabilities by common vendors.
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