Tenable SecurityCenter Valuable Features

Beej
Information Security Expert at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
We really love the Security Center dashboard. It performs vulnerability scanning and then outputs vulnerability data. When you are working with one, two, three, up to 10 IT pieces of equipment, managing the vulnerability data would just be fine, but when you are managing assets across an organization of 10,000+ employees, you have a really hard time normalizing those vulnerability data. The dashboard helps us out to map what things need to be prioritized, what is our current threat landscape and what would be the latest threats that we have in our network. View full review »
Abill Nerry
Senior Manager, IT Security at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
One valuable feature is the Assurance Report Card. with the Assurance Report Card, we are able to give our overview about security posters in just a glance. And with a report to cut this we can quickly, our executives can quickly consume that without going into the difficulties of the vulnerability issue. View full review »
Carl Vancil
Network Security Analyst at a government with 201-500 employees
The 'raw syslog' search functions are fairly nice for tracking down debug info from an event, but it's usefulness is extremely low when compared with ArcSight in terms of its usefulness in network event investigations. SecurityCenter's strongest focus seems to be its vulnerability scanning, but I'm told I should be able to use it to replace ArcSight, and from experience with both products, I know that's not the case. To be honest, if my mission were more aligned with our other team's goals, I might like SecurityCenter a lot more than I do; but as is, it's like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole. View full review »
SeniorIn3d86
Senior Information Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature is its ability to scan for vulnerabilities in our important systems, networks devices, and so on. View full review »

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