Security vulnerability management software provider Tenable is launching an integration between its Tenable One Exposure Management Platform with its Security Center 6.1 solution, thus adding support for on-premises and hybrid deployments.
According to the company, this integration is designed to streamline exposure management for hybrid vulnerability management deployments and can help on-premises organizations transition to the cloud more quickly. Tenable now claims to be the only vendor that offers exposure management for both on-premises and hybrid deployment models.
Tenable One customers can now get access to both Tenable Vulnerability Management and Tenable Security Center, giving them flexibility to deploy vulnerability management assets in the cloud, on-premises or both in a hybrid approach. In addition, Tenable Security Center customers can leverage Tenable One’s advanced exposure management features such as Lumin Exposure View, Attack Path Analysis and Asset Inventory.
The Tenable One platform includes vulnerability management, cloud security, external attack surface management, identity exposure, web app scanning and attack path analysis data. With the integration, Tenable Security Center customers can use Tenable One for a single view of their exposure data. Both Tenable Security Center Plus and Security Center Director are integrated to deliver enhanced visibility and simplified management, the company says.
Glen Pendley, Tenable’s chief technology officer, says in a statement, that visibility into cyber risk factors should be a right and not a privilege. However, on-premises vulnerability management solutions aren’t giving organizations the full picture of where their threats exist.
“Tenable’s platform approach with Tenable One is continuing to expand its reach throughout the security stack and not only creating economies of scale but flexibility for customers as well,” Pendley says.
Tenable Security Center 6.1 will be generally available later in the second quarter of 2023, and the company is holding a webinar to go over the new capabilities on May 11.
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