Tenable Holdings Inc. has improved its cyber risk offerings to users of the ServiceNow cloud computing platform.
Tenable, which is based in Columbia, announced new and updated integrations with the platform on Wednesday. The integrations let customers automatically discover their information technology assets, in addition to cloud and internet of things assets, then continually check them for weaknesses, the company said in a statement.
The integrations let security and IT teams work together to better prioritize efforts to fix security risks, the company said.
The new integrations put the company’s Tenable.io and SecurityCenter platforms into ServiceNow’s vulnerability response module. They also let customers import Tenable.io data into IT service management workflows and to sync assets between Tenable.io and the ServiceNow configuration management database.
The integrations are available as applications on the ServiceNow Store.