This is the first of a two-part series exploring how Tenable One can help state, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) agencies meet the goals and objectives of the SLCGP. In 2021, the U.S. Infrastr...
This is the second of a two-part series exploring how Tenable One can help state, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) agencies meet the goals and objectives of the SLCGP.
Tenable Cyber Watch: DHS Tracks New Ransomware Trends as Attacks Drive Up Cyber Insurance Claims, and moreOctober 2, 2023
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks new ransomware trends spotted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and addresses the surge in cyber insurance claims due to ransomware attacks. Also covered: A look into Snatch. Why is CISA warning critical infrastructure organizations about this ransomware?
After double-digit growth in the past two years, cybersecurity budgets expanded more modestly in 2023. Plus, a survey offers an inside look at how organizations are grappling with cyber challenges. In addition, the U.S. and Japan warn about a China-linked group that’s stealthily compromising network devices. And much more!
Tenable Cyber Watch: U.S. Advises on Deepfake Threats, Best Practices for Securing AI Systems, and moreSeptember 25, 2023
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks preparing for deepfake threats and addresses CISA’s roadmap for open source security. Also covered: tips and best practices for securing AI systems. ...
Cybersecurity Snapshot: DHS Tracks New Ransomware Trends, as Attacks Drive Up Cyber Insurance Claims and Snatch Variant Triggers AlertSeptember 22, 2023
Check out the new ransomware trends documented by DHS, as well as a joint CISA-FBI alert about the Snatch ransomware. Plus, find out what CISA has in store for its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities catalog. Furthermore, don’t miss new source-code management tips from the OpenSSF. And much more!
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks safeguarding the US space industry and addresses why many cyber pros feel their jobs have gotten more difficult. Also covered: Three quantum-resistant algorithms that can protect data from quantum computer attacks.
Cybersecurity Snapshot: Get the Latest on Deepfake Threats, Open Source Risks, AI System Security and Ransomware GangsSeptember 15, 2023
Tasked with securing your org’s new AI systems? Check out a new Google paper with tips and best practices. Plus, open source security experts huddled at a conference this week – find out what they talked about. Also, Uncle Sam says it’s time to prep for deepfake attacks. And much more!
Tenable Cyber Watch: Cyber Leaders Prioritize Detection and Prevention, Top 3 Malware in Q2, and moreSeptember 12, 2023
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks security leaders' top cybersecurity priorities and addresses why software products must be secure by design. Also covered: The top 3 malware in Q2.
Cybersecurity Snapshot: Cyber Pros Taxed by Overwork, Understaffing and Lack of Support, as Stress Takes a TollSeptember 8, 2023
Life is getting harder for cybersecurity pros, but there are ways to improve working conditions. Check out what a study found. Meanwhile, there’s a new, free attack-emulation tool for OT security teams. Plus, the U.S. government is alerting about exploits to CVE-2022-47966 and CVE-2022-42475. We also look at recommendations to mitigate DDoS attacks. And much more!
Tenable Cyber Watch: CISA Urges Cyber Teams to Prep for Quantum Attacks, Ransomware Attacks Surge, and moreSeptember 4, 2023
This week’s edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks the emerging threat of quantum computers and the recommended steps security teams should take, and addresses the surge in ransomware attacks. Also covered: The White House and other cyber agencies seek public input on how to best secure open source software.
As OpenAI released ChatGPT Enterprise, the U.K.’s cyber agency warned about the risks of workplace use of AI chatbots. Plus, the QakBot botnet got torn down, but the malware threat remains – what CISA suggests you do. Moreover, new quantum-resistant algorithms are due next year. And much more!