Ingram Micro (News - Alert) was chosen by Tenable Network Security, a provider of solutions for unified security monitoring (USM), to distribute Tenable’s Nessus solutions across its U.S. reseller base.
Jack Huffard, president of Tenable Network Security commented, “With new cyber security threats emerging daily, there`s an accelerating demand by security professionals for comprehensive vulnerability and configuration assessment. Ingram Micro’s reach and market leading business enablement practices will help us to scale exponentially to meet this growing demand, while providing our channel partners a streamlined procurement process.”
According to Tenable, its Nessus family, which is claimed to be the industry standard for vulnerability scanning, includes; Nessus ProfessionalFeed for scanning internal IP addresses; Nessus Perimeter Service for auditing Internet-facing IPs and PCI (News - Alert) compliance certification; Commercial, evaluation, charitable, training, and home editions; Nessus Auditor Bundles that lets users save of up to $800 on ProfessionalFeed and Perimeter Service, training, and certification.
Eric Kohl, senior director of advanced technology division at Ingram Micro U.S. remarked, “Tenable’s Nessus portfolio is trusted by organizations with the most stringent security needs, including the U.S. Department of Defense. Vulnerability management is a high-margin opportunity for our channel partners and we’re delighted to include Tenable within our growing security portfolio.”
Tenable Network Security provides a Unified Security Monitoring (USM) platform that combines real-time vulnerability, critical log/event, and custom compliance monitoring to meet the needs of different compliance initiatives, across numerous industries, with ground-breaking technologies. The company’s online training and certification also enables security professionals to access a comprehensive education that can be leveraged to maximize investment value.
Ingram Micro claimed that since it was started, the company has connected technology solution providers with vendors worldwide, identifying markets and technologies that shape the IT industry.
Edited by Brooke Neuman