Category Archives: Reporting

Nonprofits Cannot Ignore CyberSecurity

Chloe Messdaghi    October 26, 2017

Prior to joining Kenna Security, I worked with a number of nonprofits around the world. Each focused on providing shelter, education, health services, and food to children in need. The mission was clear and critical. Executing that mission wasn’t so easy. Nonprofits run on donated money. Though our goal was to save children, the strategy to drive the mission forward… Read more »

Reporting on Risk: One Metric to Bind Them All

Ed Bellis    January 11, 2016

In my previous post, I discussed ways that organizations have typically reported on risk: namely, talking about the number of closed vulnerabilities. I discussed how most stakeholders (and particularly non-technical executives) can’t make heads nor tails out of that kind of reporting. So what’s the best way to truly report on risk? Your first step is to understand the criticality… Read more »

Vulnerability Reporting for the Masses

Greg Howard    October 2, 2015

Don’t just rely on vulnerability counts to understand your exposure to threats and exploits—visualize your trending risk in real-time with trending reports. Our new trend reports are the best place to understand your true level of risk. Find out what your historical score has been, where you are currently, and where you are trending. And see the impact of your remediations, all… Read more »

Say Hello to Kenna

Karim Toubba    August 4, 2015

Our company has officially changed its name from Risk I/O to Kenna. Why the change? The name “Kenna” is a play on the Middle English verb “to ken,” or “to know.” And that’s what we strive to give our customers—the ability to know what to prioritize and remediate, as well as a way to understand their full risk landscape. Kenna… Read more »