Tenable Cyber Watch: NCSC Offers Guidance for Quantum Threat, SBOM Adoption for Securing the Software Supply Chain, and moreNovember 27, 2023
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks what organizations need to do to prepare for quantum computing attacks and addresses SBOM adoption to help organizations beef up the security of the software supply chain. Also covered: The U.S. Office of Management and Budget drafts guidance for fed agencies’ AI use.
Cybersecurity Snapshot: U.S. Gov’t Revises, Seeks Input on Security Assessment Questionnaire for Software VendorsNovember 24, 2023
Uncle Sam wants your input on the latest version of the “Secure Software Development Attestation Form” that federal agencies will use to assess the security of software vendors. Plus, it’s warning cyber teams about the threats from the Rhysida and Scattered Spider cybercrime groups. In addition, there’s a new zero trust certification. And much more!
Decrypting CNAPP: Moving Beyond the Acronyms and Analyst Jargon to a Unified Approach to Cloud SecurityNovember 21, 2023
CNAPPs provide end-to-end protection of cloud workloads by combining previously siloed tools, such as CSPM and CWPP into a single platform. In this post, we’ll explain what the key benefits of CNAPP are and how organizations can use these tools to protect their cloud workloads.
Tenable Cyber Watch: November Declared Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month, and moreNovember 20, 2023
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience month and addresses the “Shields Ready” campaign aimed at promoting critical infrastructure security and resilience. Also covered: Do most organizations need a generative AI policy? What one poll shows.
Cybersecurity Snapshot: Are SBOMs on Your Supply Chain Security Radar Screen? Check Out New Recommendations from CISA and NSANovember 17, 2023
The SBOM concept is still half-baked, but CISA and NSA want to help change that with new best practices for software vendors, developers and buyers. Plus, there’s new guidance about the Royal ransomware gang – as ransomware attacks grow. In addition, Google highlights a new typosquatting trend impacting cloud storage. And much more!
The Red Hat Vulnerability Scanner Certification for Tenable Nessus represents our commitment to continue providing customers with visibility into their Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems. Read about what this means and how it benefits our customers.
Tenable Cyber Watch: Average Org Fails to Prevent 43% of Attacks, AI Models Lack Transparency, and moreNovember 13, 2023
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks why organizations fail to prevent more than 40% of cyberattacks and addresses how the White House plans to tackle AI. Also covered: Study shows AI models lack transparency.
It’s “Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month” – check out new resources from the U.S. government to better protect these essential organizations. Plus, the U.K.’s cyber agency is offering fresh guidance for mitigating the quantum computing threat. In addition, do you need a generative AI policy in your company? An ISACA guide could be helpful. And much more!
Tenable Cyber Watch: GenAI Drives AI Adoption for Cybersecurity, Ransomware Attacks Double in Q3, and moreNovember 6, 2023
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks how generative AI is driving AI adoption for cybersecurity and addresses why board directors are becoming more confident in their organization’s cybersecurity. Also covered: Ransomware attacks almost doubled in Q3.
Find out the top people, process and technology challenges hurting cybersecurity teams identified in a commissioned study by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Tenable.
On this special edition of Tenable Cyber Watch, Tenable CSO Bob Huber discusses whether certain common employee behaviors are security risks for a company - red flags 🔴 or green flags 🟢.
Tenable Cyber Watch: IAM Ranks No. 1 as Most In-Demand Cyber Tech Skill; Anti-Phishing Best Practices, and moreOctober 30, 2023
This week's edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks the most sought-after cyber skills and addresses how to protect your organization from phishing attacks. Also covered: The most common method used to log into online accounts.