A core component of Tenable Inc.’s cyber exposure platform now works with Microsoft Corp.’s cloud security center.
The Columbia cybersecurity company on Monday announced an integration between Tenable.io and the new Microsoft Azure Security Center application programming interface.
Customers of both Tenable and Microsoft Azure can use a single, holistic view into cyber exposure across their cloud-based assets, according to Tenable.
Tenable.io automatically imports cloud asset data from Azure, assesses them for vulnerabilities, and sends the results back to Azure Security Center to be addressed.
Scott Woodgate, senior director of Azure security for Microsoft said in a news release that Tenable is one of the first partners to integrate with Azure Security Center, which gives customers of both companies better cloud security management.