Tenable.io Platform Release Notes - February 2020

Important Highlights from this Release


  • Splunk V3.1 - Splunk 8 and python 3 support

  • Tenable for Qradar App

  • Tenable.io Vulnerability Management has updated the way scan results are displayed in the UI. Scan results that are older than 90 days will not be visible in the Tenable.io UI. However, customers will be able to export the older scan results in Nessus and CSV formats from the scan results History tab in the UI, or from the public API. This change is limited to results of individual scans older than 90 days and does not impact workbenches, dashboards, reports and other features of Tenable.io.

    For more information, see the announcement and View Results for an Individual Scan in the Tenable.io Vulnerability Management User Guide.


  • CES Impact for Recommended Actions

    This feature gives customers the ability to identify the most impactful solutions across their entire organization and how those solutions will affect their CES score.

    For more information, see View Recommended Actions for All Assets in the Tenable.io Vulnerability Management User Guide.

  • Assessment Maturity

    Assessment Maturity is a single metric that quantifies how an organization is scanning their environment. It provides this insight by computing two underlying components:

    1. Scan Frequency — How frequently organizations scan each asset in their network

    2. Scan Depth — How deeply or thoroughly they scan each asset for vulnerabilities

    Organizations are assigned a grade for their scan frequency, scan depth, and overall assessment maturity scores along with comparisons to their industry peers and the overall population. Via such grading, organizations can compare their efforts to others and improve their processes accordingly.

    For more information, see View the Lumin Dashboard and View Assessment Maturity Details in the Tenable.io Vulnerability Management User Guide.