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Tenable Network Security takes off with top cyber security award

27 May 16

Tenable Network Security has won an award for organisational excellence in information security at the 2016 AusCERT Awards.

Tenable is a provider of next-generation cyber security solutions for business, and this award recognises the company's commitment to Australia’s tech community. 

“As security concerns continue to remain a top priority for businesses worldwide, Tenable is excited to be part of the growing security community in Australia,” says Matt Alderman, vice president of strategy at Tenable Network Security.

“Tenable is dedicated to transforming security technology, and with that comes a responsibility to mentor and develop the next generation of security professionals. I am honoured that Tenable was chosen for this award and grateful to the AusCERT community,” he says. 

The AusCERT Awards honour individuals and organisations that are committed to enhancing Australia’s information security industry by way of innovation, leadership, education and community service.  

Tenable was recognised for its efforts in supporting science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, its university mentoring program and its continued support of charitable organisations with no-cost security solutions.

Over the last 12 months, Tenable has been recognised for its next-generation cybersecurity technology and significant growth, earning multiple product excellence awards. The company has also consistently ranked among the fastest growing technology companies on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 for the last seven years.

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