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Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced the appointment of Matthew Olton as Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy. At Tenable, Olton will work closely with the broader security technology ecosystem to ensure that the company delivers on its mission to help global enterprise customers understand and reduce their cybersecurity risk in the digital era. Olton will serve on the Tenable executive team.
Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced the appointment of Linda Zecher as an independent director to its Board of Directors, effective August 8, 2019. “Linda’s expertise in strategic technology investments and business operations, especially in untapped and emerging markets, make her an exceptional addition to Tenable’s board,” said Amit Yoran, chairman and CEO, Tenable. Prior to founding the Barkley Group, Zecher retired as president, CEO and director of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH), a global education and learning company.
COLUMBIA, Md., Aug. 08, 2019 -- Tenable®, the Cyber Exposure company, today announced that its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Amit Yoran, and Chief Financial Officer,.
Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced the expansion of its Cyber Exposure ecosystem with new and enhanced technology integrations from leading vendors in public cloud infrastructure, SIEM and IT Service Management solutions. This news follows Tenable’s announcement of new innovations to automatically discover and assess rogue assets across on-premises and cloud environments. Together, they enable customers to manage, measure and reduce cyber risk holistically through greater visibility across the modern attack surface plus integrated security and IT workflows for faster detection and remediation.
Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced new product innovations in Tenable.sc ™ (formerly SecurityCenter) and Tenable.io® to continuously discover and assess known and unknown assets across on-premises and cloud environments from a single platform at no extra charge. Security teams often struggle to identify all assets in their purview given the dynamic and transient nature of technologies such as mobile devices, containers and cloud instances. NNM Discovery Mode: Customers can use NNM within Tenable.io and Tenable.sc to continuously monitor their networks to discover rogue assets without the need to consume a product license.
The stock market was on track for its worst day of the year after China's central bank allowed the value of the yuan to weaken against the U.S. dollar.
Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced new Predictive Prioritization capabilities within Tenable.io® and Tenable.sc™, for vulnerability management in the cloud and on-premises, that accelerate the discovery, prioritization and remediation of vulnerabilities before they are published in the National Vulnerability Database (NVD). Depending on the issuing software vendor, a significant lag may exist between when a vulnerability is publicly announced and when it appears in the NVD. Furthermore, organizations often rely on the NVD’s severity rating to prioritize remediation efforts.
The Columbia cybersecurity firm's stock is down more than 17% in the little over a year since it went public.
Tenable (TENB) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 33.33% and 3.31%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Added 352 new enterprise platform customers and 44 net new six figure customersRevenue of $85.4 million, up 34% year-over-yearGAAP net loss per share of $0.23; Pro forma.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / July, 30 2019 / Tenable Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: TENB ) will be discussing their earnings results in their 2019 Second Quarter Earnings to be held on July, 30 2019 at 4:30 PM ...
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Tenable (TENB), the Cyber Exposure company, today announced that it will release its financial results for its second quarter ended June 30, 2019 after the U.S. market close on Tuesday, July 30, 2019. A live webcast of the event will be available on the Tenable Investor Relations website at https://investors.tenable.com. Tenable® is the Cyber Exposure company.
Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced its research team discovered a critical vulnerability in Siemens STEP 7 TIA Portal, design and automation software for industrial control systems (ICS). The vulnerability, which impacts the same family of devices compromised in the STUXNET attack, could be used as a stepping stone in a tailored attack against critical infrastructure, with the potential for catastrophic damage. A bad actor could also exploit the vulnerability to harvest data in order to plan a future, targeted attack.
This year marks the second round of disclosures, including the first time some companies reported data because of the timing of their fiscal years.
(Bloomberg) -- After a years-long drought, a wave of technology startups -- Uber, Lyft, Pinterest and more -- are going public, evidence that the sector is thriving. But there’s a shadow hanging over almost all of them.Seventeen of the 22 tech initial public offerings that aimed to raise $100 million or more in the last 18 months mention Amazon.com Inc. or Google -- and sometimes both -- as a competitor or risk to their business. Many, like cyber security software maker Tenable Holdings Inc., are operationally dependent on Amazon’s cloud. Others, like photo collection site Pinterest Inc., compete directly with one of the giants, in this case Google’s image search.Critics including U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren say big tech companies have created a “kill zone” that prevents startups from getting past a certain size without being bought or pushed out of business. But filings from newly public tech startups suggest a more nuanced picture is emerging: Companies can escape the “kill zone,” but if they do, they’re likely beholden to the tech giants in other ways.Consider Lyft Inc. The ride-sharing company needs to get people to download its app, so it turns to the biggest advertising system in the world -- Alphabet Inc.’s Google. In 2018 alone, Lyft spent more than $90 million on Google ads. Those ads sent people to Google and Apple-owned app stores. When they open the app, the map they see inside is driven by Google technology, which Lyft also pays for. Much of Lyft’s systems run on Amazon’s cloud -- to the tune of $300 million in fees through 2021. Moreover, Google owns more than 5% of Lyft through its investing arm Capital G. It even has a board seat.“Some of our competitors or technology partners may take actions which disrupt the interoperability of our platform with their own products or services,” Lyft said in a filing. “We expect the types and levels of competition to increase.”It’s true that big tech companies helped create the current wave of startups. Cloud providers like Amazon Web Services make it possible for businesses to grow quickly without having to build their own server farms. Google and Facebook Inc. enable companies to target and likely customers. But as the tech giants expand and enter new markets, they’re increasingly disrupting smaller businesses they may have helped foster.Fastly Inc., which specializes in a niche type of cloud computing, has benefited from distribution partnerships with Google and Amazon, helping it raise more than $180 million in its May IPO. But now, as Google and Amazon expand their cloud offerings, they’re beginning to compete with Fastly directly, the company said in a May 6 filing. Chewy Inc., the online pet food and supplies site, uses Amazon’s cloud but has viewed the e-commerce giant as a rival ever since Amazon started its own pet products brand last year.The tech giants have the power to change their services at any time, generating havoc downstream. For years, Pinterest nabbed free traffic straight from Google searches. But in early 2018, Google made a tweak that meant Pinterest image pages didn’t show up in search results, hurting online traffic and slowing user growth in the months that followed.“Our ability to maintain and increase the number of visitors directed to our service from search engines is not within our control,” Pinterest said in a filing. “Search engines, such as Google, may modify their search algorithms and policies or enforce those policies in ways that are detrimental to us.Pinterest also uses small bits of code dropped into peoples’ browsers to learn which ads they should show to each individual. Apple has cracked down on this practice in its Safari browser, and Google has made moves to limit it on Chrome as well.Software developers have long complained that they are being overcharged to use the giants’ app stores. Newly public companies also pay these tolls. Sciplay Corp., which develops mobile casino games, got all of its revenue in 2017 and 2018 through Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon. The Las Vegas, Nevada-based company pays about 30% of its revenue back to these companies for the privilege of appearing on their app stores.The dilemma for would-be trustbusters is how to rein in the power of the big tech companies without disrupting the web of companies that now rely on them.To contact the reporter on this story: Gerrit De Vynck in New York at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at email@example.com, Robin Ajello, Molly SchuetzFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced that it has been recognized by The Washington Post as a 2019 Top DC Workplace based on ratings from Tenable employees. “We are delighted to receive this Top Workplace award from The Washington Post because it reflects our employees’ passion and commitment. Tenable’s continued innovation and cutting-edge products are the direct result of our employees who are focused on keeping customers secure,” said Bridgett Paradise, chief people officer, Tenable.
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The Suynnyvale could be valued as high as $4.5 billion and would be only the seventh venture-backed U.S. cybersecurity business to be valued at more than $1 billion in its Wall Street debut.
Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today unveiled new innovations to its Cyber Exposure analytics capabilities in Tenable Lumin™. For the first time, organizations can accurately score, trend and benchmark their cyber exposure based on the likelihood the exposure will be exploited and the business criticality of the impacted assets. This will enable organizations to evolve from a technology - to a risk-based approach to prioritize remediation, communicate to the business and make data-driven decisions to reduce cyber risk.
ATLANTA, May 22, 2019 -- Tenable®, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, today announced the expansion of its Cyber Exposure ecosystem with 19 new and enhanced technology.