Tenable, the exhibition management company, today announced the launch of ExposureAI, the next generation of AI capabilities and services on the Tenable One exhibition management platform. Tenable also introduces the Tenable Exposure Graph, an extensible data store, powered by Snowflake, that powers the ExposureAI engine. This unified data platform—represents over a trillion unique exposures, IT assets, and security outcomes (vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and identities) across computing environments, public clouds plus and OT—is the largest repository of contextual exposure data in the world and powers all Exposure Management Products.
Prevention has long been a challenge for security teams. Performing analysis, interpreting results, and determining actions to take to remediate and mitigate risks has traditionally been a time-consuming process that puts organizational security in reactive mode. Nearly 6 out of 10 IT and cybersecurity professionals (58%) say the security team is too busy responding to critical incidents to adopt a preventative approach to reduce an organization’s exposure .
In addition, 73% of IT and cybersecurity professionals think their organization will perform better. against cyberattacks if they can devote more resources to preventive cybersecurity.
Harnessing AI effectively requires data and expertise to generate meaningful insights. Since the introduction of Dynamic Vulnerability Priority Rating (VPR) in 2019, Tenable has applied AI techniques to help organizations prioritize vulnerabilities based on actual risks to the business. Tenable Research recently made AI-powered general research tools available to the cybersecurity community for free. Tenable is now using generative AI to empower security teams like never before, so they can be more efficient and focus more resources on preventing successful attacks. Insights generated by Tenable ExposureAI make exposure management more accessible and turn all analysts into advocates. Statistical Clock:
With more than 60 billion exposure events and more than 800 million different security profiles drawn from the ongoing assessment of one billion assets, we believe Tenable has a repository of exposure data to date. largest of all security companies. This provides a level of meaningful insight that enables customers to perform analysis, decision making, and advice faster to bypass attackers and prevent successful attacks.
Tenable ExposureAI provides three new categories of generative AI-based preventive security capabilities that are foundational to exposure management programs:
- Search – enables security teams to ask questions using natural language search queries to analyze assets and exposures across their environments, understand relevant contextual information and prioritize remediation efforts
- Explain – provides specific mitigation guidance that leverages Tenable’s unrivaled exposure data to provide security teams with clear visibility and succinct analysis of complex attack paths, specific assets or security findings
- Action – delivers actionable insights and recommended actions based on the highest impact exposures, empowering security teams to proactively address risks and reduce their organization’s overall exposure
“For years, Tenable has used its market-leading vulnerability management data and applied AI techniques to help organizations prioritize vulnerabilities based on true risk to the business. AI is a part of our DNA.”
“Now we’re using generative AI to put more power than ever in the hands of security teams to inform their exposure management programs and root out cyber risk wherever it exists.”
Glen Pendley, Chief Technology Officer, Tenable.
Tenable One combines vulnerability management, external attack surface management (EASM), identity security, web application and API scanning, and cloud security data to discover weaknesses before an attacker can. Public cannot exploit them. It continuously monitors environments offering the widest range of exposure management available.