WASHINGTON — The Cybersecurity Coalition, an organization focused on finding solutions to the increasingly complicated legislative and regulatory policies related to cybersecurity, today announced the addition of Tenable®, Inc. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tenable Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq:TENB)) to its growing list of member companies. Tenable is the Cyber Exposure company with over 24,000 customers who rely on them to understand and reduce cyber risk. The company’s cloud-based product, Tenable.io®, is the world’s first Cyber Exposure platform to see and secure any asset on any computing platform.
“The Coalition prides itself in the dedication that each member has in building our nation’s public and private cybersecurity infrastructure,” said Ari Schwartz, Coordinator of the Coalition and former White House Special Assistant to the President for Cybersecurity. “We are confident that Tenable’s expertise in managing, measuring and reducing cyber risk will provide great value in developing effective responses to today’s increasing digital threats.”
“We’re very excited to join the Cybersecurity Coalition and its mission to develop industry and consensus-driven policy that pushes today’s cybersecurity innovations forward,” said James Hayes, vice president of government affairs, Tenable. “At Tenable, we’re laser focused on helping our customers manage and reduce their cyber risk in the digital era. Our vision is very much aligned with the coalition’s and we’re thrilled to be working alongside such great companies.”
Fellow members of the Cybersecurity Coalition include Arbor Networks, AT&T, CA Technologies, Cisco, Citrix, Cybereason, Intel, McAfee, Mozilla, Palo Alto Networks, Rapid7, Red Hat, and Symantec.
Amit Yoran, CEO of Tenable, will keynote the second annual CyberNextDC event on Oct. 4 hosted by the Cybersecurity Coalition and the Cyber Threat Alliance. To register for the event, go to: connect.venable.com/register.
The mission of the Cybersecurity Coalition is to bring together leading companies to help policymakers develop consensus-driven policy solutions that promote a vibrant and robust cybersecurity ecosystem; support the development and adoption of cybersecurity innovations; and encourage organizations of all sizes to take steps to improve their cybersecurity. For more information, visit www.cybersecuritycoalition.org.