Tenable SecurityCenter Other Solutions Considered

Joey Smith
Medical Device Cybersecurity Analyst at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
In my own work, I've used some open-source solutions like Nmap. I've messed around with Retina, another open-source solution. Most of the stuff I've used has been freeware, open-source tools. In terms of a commercial competitor, the one I've used most is Nexpose, Rapid7's tool. One thing I liked about Rapid7 Nexpose, that Security Center does not have, is that when we scheduled scans in Rapid7 Nexpose, there was a graphical calendar that showed when scans are taking place. Security Center doesn't have that. It's a small thing, but it helps to visualize what's happening. View full review »
Carl Vancil
Network Security Analyst at a government with 201-500 employees
No, I wasn't given the opportunity. SecurityCenter was brought in, vetted, and implemented by a separate team from the one I work with daily. View full review »
Senior Information Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Before choosing this solution we evaluated Qualys Labs and Rapid7. View full review »

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