Qualcomm loses CFO to Intel; another senior exec leaves Ericsson; and an Oracle Cloud exec joins Thomas Kurian at Google Cloud.
Tenable and Forescout Technologies both integrated their IT and OT security platforms to help companies prevent network attacks.
The new security tool it built analyzes data across 150 sources. It then uses machine learning to predict the likelihood a vulnerability will be exploited in the next 28 days.
But “this rate of investment is not sustainable,” Strategic Cyber Ventures warns. There are likely many security “zombies” that initially raised big rounds but now growth has slowed.
McAfee says Presidents Trump and Obama have malware campaigns named after them. Tenable discloses a flaw that could affect hundreds of thousands of security cameras globally.
While it’s not the first security firm to go public this year — Zscaler and Carbon Black also completed successful IPOs — at $288 million it would be the most profitable.
AT&T says it will continue to invest in the Open Threat Exchange, an open threat intelligence community started by AlienVault.
An IPO could value Tenable between $1.5 billion and $2 billion, according to anonymous sources.
The company says the average customer detects upwards of 9,000 high- or critical-severity vulnerabilities every month.