ServiceNow Inc (NYSE:NOW) and Tenable®, Inc. reported a Strategic Security Association between the ServiceNow® Security Operations AND Tenable Cyber Exposure Platform, to accelerate and simplify the way government organizations and enterprises understand, manage, and lower cyber risk. The digital revolution of business has resulted in an explosion of computing platforms and technologies, developing massive blind spots in a firm’s ability to accurately comprehend cyber risk. To compound the problem, organizational silos separate IT and security teams, resulting in major security concerns being identified but not resolved in a timely manner.
Together, ServiceNow Security Operations and Tenable bring common visibility to firms by automatically discovering Cloud, IT and IoT assets, continually evaluating these systems for vulnerabilities, associating exposures with an asset’s business criticality, and arranging issues depending on this data to support remediation. Joint clients can run automated workflows to resolve their most susceptible items first, saving time and lowering potential exposure linked to the vulnerability. Moreover, the integration can result in an automatic re-assessment of the resource to offer validation that the concerns were sufficiently fixed, forming a complete, closed-loop remediation procedure.
Dave Cole, the Chief Product Officer of Tenable, expressed that they are pleased to associate with ServiceNow to offer their joint consumers with deep insight and broader visibility into their Cyber Exposure so that the clients can understand and lower cyber risk across respective entire attack surface, from Cloud to IT and IoT devices to Containers. Bridging the gap between IT and Security marks as the single way to tackle this rising issue in today’s modern digital enterprise.
Sean Convery of ServiceNow expressed that security teams can’t announce ‘mission accomplished’ post the vulnerability scan alone. Together, ServiceNow and Tenable provide customers an understanding of security risk and business impact, so patching as well as other response actions can result in maximum impact and support remediation.