Tag Archives: security intelligence

We are a 2017-18 Cloud Awards Program Finalist for Security Innovation of the Year

Chloe Messdaghi    December 20, 2017

We’ve been named as a finalist in the 2017-2018 Cloud Awards Program for its entry in the Security Innovation of the Year category! The cloud computing awards program celebrates excellence and innovation in the rapid-growth cloud computing market. The awarding body accepts applications worldwide, covering the US, Canada, Australasia and EMEA. Organizations of any size are accepted for consideration in… Read more »

Introducing Easy, Accessible, Relevant 0-Day Data — via Exodus

Greg Howard    February 7, 2017

We’re thrilled to announce the go-live of our partnership with Exodus, giving us the ability to offer our customers premium access to 0-day data. Many of our customers have sophisticated vulnerability management programs, and they care a great deal about fortifying their efforts with zero-day intelligence. However, zero-day information is extraordinarily difficult to integrate with internal assets and meta data,… Read more »

How to Budget for Vulnerability Management in 2017

Greg Howard    June 30, 2016

It’s almost budgeting season! (Yes, try to restrain your excitement.) At Kenna, we thought we’d offer a few (admittedly biased) thoughts on how to approach your vulnerability management budgeting process. Here’s a hint: it’s not just about the scanner anymore. It’s about automating the tedious and error-prone processes of prioritization and reporting. Read the full infographic below:

Laying the Foundation for Change

Karim Toubba    October 14, 2014

This blog post was written by new CEO of Risk I/O, Karim Toubba. You can read more about our new CEO announcement here. I have always been drawn to solving substantive problems that lay the foundation for change, particularly in the security industry. To date, much has been written about the sophistication of the hacker and even the most casual news… Read more »

Security Intelligence != SIEM

Ed Bellis    March 5, 2012

I’ve just returned from RSA, BSides and Metricon and thought I would pen a few of my thoughts while they’re still fresh in my mind. On Monday I had the privilege of participating in a panel on Data Driven Security at Metricon 6.5. Scott Crawford moderated and has a great blog series on data driven security. It was an interesting… Read more »

BayThreat: From Shaman to Scientist

Ed Bellis    December 20, 2011

I recently gave an updated talk on my data driven security use case at BayThreat 2 in Mountain View. First off, thanks to Marisa Fagan and all the organizers, this year was even better than last. Also, apologies for not being able to stay for the entire weekend, alas duty called. I have been making my rounds at various security… Read more »