Tenable Network Security Podcast

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Covering Tenable's Unified Security Monitoring products including Nessus & Security Center. We also discuss the latest security news and vulnerabilities, in addition to interviewing some of the industry's finest.

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http://blog.tenablesecurity.com
Description
Information about Tenable's unified security monitoring products, including Nessus and Security Center. A review of the latest news and vulnerabilities and interviews with some of the industries finest!
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2014-11-20 15:52
last episode published
2014-11-20 15:51
publication frequency
9.06 days
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Number of Episodes
210
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
20.11.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 207

Paul, Ron and Jack talk Nessus v6!
Paul Asadoorian author
5.09.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 206

I talk PCI with Jeff Man and Branden Williams
Paul Asadoorian author
27.06.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 205

Learn about some new features including AWS auditing, UNIX sensitive content checking and more!
Paul Asadoorian author
5.06.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 204

Paul and Carlos discuss the new OpenSSL flaw, tips on how to use Tenable products to prevent breaches, and full disk and USB drive encryption.
Paul Asadoorian author
30.05.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 203

Ebay Got Hacked - This is the same story I feel like I've read 1,000 times. It boils down to "big web site was breached, they stole the password database, everyone needs to change their passwords". A few things: While there are issues with two-factor a...
Paul Asadoorian author
14.05.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 202

Announcing Nessus Enterprise, The Latest Product From Tenable!Boldly go where no scanner has gone before! The Tenable podcast team got together and created this special episode covering Nessus Enterprise, our latest product offering that will encourage...
Paul Asadoorian author
30.04.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 201

Paul Asadoorian and Ron Gula discuss the new IE 0day.
Paul Asadoorian author
21.04.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 200

SCADA Device Vulnerability Detection - How do we do it? Scan, Sniff, Log, "Real-time" all these words come into play, but what do they really mean and how do they help you solve problems and reduce risk? How do we deal with XP in this environment? How ...
Paul Asadoorian author
25.03.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - SANS ICS 2014

Paul interviews ICS and SCADA security experts at the SANS ICS Summit held in Orlando, FL in March 2014.
Paul Asadoorian author
4.03.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 199

New Nessus Multi-Scanner feature!
Paul Asadoorian author
12.02.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 198

PCI discussion with subject matter expert Jeffery Man!
Paul Asadoorian author
7.02.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 197

Telephony DoS - I read an interesting article that detailed an attack that used a combination of social engineering and a DoS attack against your phone system. The attacker calls the victim and asks about up paid debt. Whether you have debt or not, the...
Paul Asadoorian author
29.01.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 196

Endpoint Protection - New vulnerabilities have been remediated in the Symantec Endpoint Protection product. What many may not know is that this product does whitelisting. What are your thoughts on Whitelisting, how can it help and is it feasible in som...
Paul Asadoorian author
23.01.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 195

Discovering New Hosts - At a recent presentation is was asked of me how one can detect new hosts. Tenable has many products that work towards detecting new hosts. One can do this passively by monitoring network traffic, via Nessus by enumerating virtua...
Paul Asadoorian author
9.01.2014

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 194

Discussion & Highlighted PluginsCommon Sense Security Monitoring - I really have a lot of faith in this concept, largely because it makes sense in the real world in addition to the digital world. For example, you become accustomed to the happenings...
Paul Asadoorian author
20.12.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 193

Tenable Year In Review - This has been a stellar year for Tenable products and features. There is a long list of significant changes, starting with Nessus we have seen enhancements to auditing patch management systems, several new configuration audits,...
Paul Asadoorian author
13.12.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 192

This week Carlos and Paul discuss the Passive Vulnerability Scanner's ability to detect client-side and embedded device vulnerabilities. We also cover Ron's presentation https://discussions.nessus.org/docs/DOC-1051 on using Tenable products to detect m...
Paul Asadoorian author
21.11.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 191

The PVS Top Ten:What is PVS and what does it do? How is PVS different from an IDS? How does PVS keep track of sessions and discover applications? What are some examples of PVS detecting vulnerable client soft are? How can PVS help detect instances of v...
Paul Asadoorian author
14.11.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 190

New Nessus AMI Image in the AWS Store - Tenable Network Security Joins Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace to Provide On-Demand AMI Vulnerability Scanning & Detecting Windows Process Reputation
Paul Asadoorian author
5.11.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 189

Nessus UI v2.0 Released - Tenable recently announce a new release of the Nessus vulnerability scanner user interface (UI)! This is a major update which provides several new features and enhancements, including: A redesigned user interface and usability...
Paul Asadoorian author
1.11.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 188

"Upgrading is Hard To Do" - It can be a really tough thing to leave your current revision of given software, operating system or hardware. However, sometimes vendors bundle features, bug fixes, and security fixes into a major upgrade. I'm a bit torn on...
Paul Asadoorian author
23.10.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 187

Digging For Gold: Finding Vulnerable Web Applications - The Passive Vulnerability Scanner ash many strengths, one of them being able to pick out vulnerable web applications in your environment. Over the years working for several different organizations...
Paul Asadoorian author
10.10.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 186

Detecting Legacy Clients and Application - I was recently using PVS in a alb environment and noticed the wealth of information it provided me on legacy applications. This is great news for organizations, as likely, you have some legacy systems and appl...
Paul Asadoorian author
3.10.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 185

"We Don't Have Those On Our Network" - I hear this quite often from folks, especially when presenting on embedded device security issues. Those running enterprise, or even smaller, networks will state that entire categories of devices, such as Apple TV...
Paul Asadoorian author
25.09.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 184

Passive Vulnerability Scanning Use Cases - You can use Tenable's Passive Vulnerability Scanner to support many different efforts in your network security strategy. For example, as part of a vulnerability assessment the PVS solves many problems. There a...
Paul Asadoorian author
11.09.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 183

Devices, Devices, Devices - Plugins this week cover Cisco NAC devices, Cacti, iLO and Apple Airport vulnerabilities. I think its great that we are releasing plugins to cover these types of devices. We've talked about it before, and I can't stress it en...
Paul Asadoorian author
5.09.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 182

Securing Your Cloud - New plugins were released this week for Amzon Linux AMI, allowing Nessus and SecurityCenter uses to perform local patch checking against this platform. This got me thinking, with all the "hoopla" surrounding cloud security, did an...
Paul Asadoorian author
28.08.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 181

SecurityCenter 4.7 - A new version of SecurityCenter has been released this week. Measuring What Matters - I read an interesting post this week about security metrics. It was a little story about how the person responsible for security gave a quarterly...
Paul Asadoorian author
22.08.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 180

Detecting Backdoors - This week's Nessus plugin feed update includes detection for Poison Ivy, a popular backdoor used by attackers. Poison Ivy allows a remote attacker to control the compromised system, and has mechanisms to jump from process to proce...
Paul Asadoorian author
14.08.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 179

IPMI Detection - The embedded systems inside your servers used to manage the hardware use IPMI. Nessus and PVS contain checks for this protocol. Dan Farmer has released v2 of his paper detailing several vulnerabilities. IPv6 SLAAC attack - Ron Gula wro...
Paul Asadoorian author
7.08.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 178

Passive Vulnerability Scanner Update - At the recent Blackhat USA conference we announced that PVS will be released as a stand-alone product, including a free trial. The interface was showcased at the Tenable booth on the show floor and met with a warm...
Paul Asadoorian author
23.07.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 177

Securing Management Interfaces - Likely your organization has some measures in place to implement physical security. This is likely tied to some risk equation which takes into account attack likelihood, the value of your assets, and the cost of such an...
Paul Asadoorian author
10.07.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 176

Effective Vulnerability Management, Securing Your Own Critical Infrastructure
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2.07.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 175

Modifying Vulnerability Scan Results Post-Scan - A new Nessus feature allows end-users to apply rules to vulnerability scan results and modify them after the scan has completed. This is an extremely useful feature, as severity, at its core, is specific...
Paul Asadoorian author
19.06.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 174

The Web Is A Hostile Place - Updates this week for several browser-based technologies including the browsers themselves (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome), and several Adobe Flash versions on multiple platforms. This is no different from most weeks, an...
Paul Asadoorian author
13.06.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 173

VMWare vCenter Patching - Two plugins were released this week affecting VMware vCenter. If you are running this product, you have to patch this. vCenter is the foundation to your foundation. Successful attacks not only grant the attacker access to the ...
Paul Asadoorian author
5.06.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 172

Web Interface Command Execution - This is a particularly critical type of vulnerability. Make certain you understand the context, e.g. if the exploit requires authentication or not. The ability to execute operating system commands via the web interface...
Paul Asadoorian author
31.05.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 171

New targeted email monitoring in Nessus, detecting web management interfaces, Adobe reader running in the browser and more!
Paul Asadoorian author
21.05.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 170

Big patch updates from Adobe, Microsoft and Juniper, difference between a vulnerability scan and a penetration test, attacking critical infrastructure and more!
Paul Asadoorian author
14.05.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 169

Wireless Network History, Red Hat Enterprise Linux consolidated patch reports, CDorked.A detection, passively detect nginx vulnerabilities, PCI Dashboards, and more!
Paul Asadoorian author
10.05.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 168

Nessus Tips and Patch Reporting
Paul Asadoorian author
2.05.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 167

Pick your poison: choosing the right CMS, routers cough up passwords, detecting search queries passively, 14-year-old finds XSS, Serial Killers.
Paul Asadoorian author
24.04.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 166

We discuss all of the new features in Nessus 5.2: The latest release of Nessus!
Paul Asadoorian author
16.04.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 165

Introducing new VMware vShpere ESXi and vCenter configuration audits! Plus tons of new Nessus and PVS plugins and a few stories.
Paul Asadoorian author
9.04.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 164

Detecting portable devices on Windows, vulnerable PHP applications, FTP clients and database servers, losing your keys by proxy and more!
Paul Asadoorian author
2.04.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 163

IP Camera vulnerabilities, HP Printer weaknesses, vulnerable PHP CMS, CVSS update and more!
Paul Asadoorian author
26.03.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 162

IP Camera vulnerabilities, HP Printer weaknesses, vulnerable PHP CMS, CVSS update and more!
Paul Asadoorian author
19.03.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 161

New Nessus & PVS plugins, SecurityCenter dashboards and report templates, compliance auditing checks, security theater, virtual patching and more!
Paul Asadoorian author
5.03.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 160

RSA Roundup, Tons of new Nessus plugins, PVS updates, hackers in prison, new vulnerability disclosure regulations.
Paul Asadoorian author
26.02.2013

Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 159

Auditing & Hardening Palo Alto Firewalls
Paul Asadoorian author