Threats have evolved. Get ahead of the risk with Tenable One – anticipate likely attacks and proactively reduce your cyber risk.
Your attack surface is growing, always changing and more interconnected than ever. With specialised security tools offering an incomplete picture, it can feel impossible to answer the fundamental question, “How secure are we?”.
Tenable’s approach to exposure management combines visibility across all facets of the attack surface with business context so you can accurately understand your organisation’s cyber risk and prioritise mitigation.
OmniCyber Security partner with Tenable to provide our customers with cutting edge security technology and services.
Now, with Tenable One you can seamlessly translate technical assets, vulnerability and threat data into clear business insights and actionable intelligence for security executives. Tenable One combines a broad exposure coverage spanning your IT assets, whether they are cloud resources, containers, web apps or identity platforms.
Risk based vulnerability management is a fundamental defence against attack, as well as protection for your people, your customers, their customers and your reputation.
With threat intelligence and data science from Tenable Research, plus OmniCyber Security delivering an independent assessment of your vulnerabilities, we combine to focus efforts on preventing likely attacks and accurately communicate cyber risk to support optimal business performance.
Quantify your exposure and answer critical questions:
- How secure are we?
- Where do we stand in our preventative and mitigation efforts?
- How are we doing over time?
- How do I disrupt attack paths?
With Tenable One, attack path visualisation and prioritisation capabilities provide a pre-emptive focused response to disrupt the paths attackers may take. It performs this function by mapping critical risks to the MITRE ATT&CK framework to visualize all viable attack paths continuously — both on-prem and in the cloud. Exposure management allows you to answer questions like: “What are all of the assets that can be impacted if an attacker exploits CVE-2021-1337?” and “Which users or devices can access my most sensitive business assets?”. The list goes on.