Tenable expands technology partner ecosystem
Expanded ‘Cyber Exposure Ecosystem’ spans MDM, public cloud infrastructure, SIEM and ITSM
Tenable has expanded its technology partner ecosystem with 19 new technology integrations.
The new expanded ‘Cyber Exposure Ecosystem’ spans Mobile Device Management (MDM), public cloud infrastructure, SIEM and IT Service Management solutions to deliver greater visibility across the attack surface as well as deliver integrated security and IT workflows for faster detection and remediation.
“We’ve built the Cyber Exposure Ecosystem with best-of-breed technology partners with one goal in mind — to help digital organisations see, understand and reduce their cyber risk holistically - and quickly - across the entire modern attack surface,” said Ray Komar, vice president of technical alliances, Tenable. “We’re bringing point solutions and data sources together so our customers can more efficiently manage and reduce their risk.”
Partners can easily integrate their solutions into the Cyber Exposure ecosystem with Tenable’s open platform.
Tenable has released new integrations for Tenable.io with BlackBerry Manager and Microsoft Intune along with updated integrations for both Tenable.io and Tenable.sc with Microsoft ActiveSync, Airwatch by VMware, MobileIron and IBM MaaS360. These integrations pull mobile asset data from the respective MDM applications for better visibility into and assessment of mobile device vulnerabilities.
Public cloud infrastructure
The Tenable.io Cloud Connectors for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Microsoft Azure Cloud Connectors now include enhanced enterprise features such as multi-account auto-discovery to ensure fast and complete asset visibility across enterprise accounts on the three most widely deployed public cloud (IaaS) platforms. Tenable.io Cloud Connectors also now support role delegation for AWS to facilitate better, more secure, authentication.
Tenable has released updated integrations with Tenable.sc and Tenable.io and Splunk products that enhance vulnerability correlation with machine data, as well as simplify reporting and dashboards. Further, Tenable and Splunk customers can surface-up the high-risk vulnerability data from Tenable into Splunk Enterprise Security (ES). This triggers automated playbooks that can be orchestrated through the entire workflow for identification, enrichment, triage, remediation and reporting via Splunk Phantom, a Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) solution. This creates a risk-based alerting methodology to allow customers to better stack, rank and prioritize their alerts while enabling automation to dramatically decrease resolution times.
Tenable also recently became the first partner to integrate its vulnerability management solution with Chronicle. Integration with Tenable.io enriches Tenable's vulnerability data with Chronicle assets and alerts, delivering deeper insights into security issues and faster response time.
IT service management
Tenable recently enhanced its integration with ServiceNow, adding its Vulnerability Priority Rating (VPR) to ServiceNow Security Operations to help joint customers prioritise, filter and view vulnerabilities for remediation based on the actual risk they pose to the business. Customers can also sync their vulnerability data 400% faster by ingesting multiple Tenable vulnerability data streams simultaneously into ServiceNow Vulnerability Response and the ServiceNow CMDB. The integration introduces a single integration app for both Tenable.io and Tenable.sc.
Tenable has also added support for Tenable.sc to the existing Tenable.io integration with Atlassian’s Jira Core, Jira Software and Jira Service Desk to automatically open tickets for vulnerabilities that Tenable identifies and close them once they have been resolved, providing a cohesive and trackable remediation process.