Tenable Nessus Valuable Features
Owner at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
I like its ease of use. It has the script that is pre-built in it, and you just got to know which ones you're looking for.View full review »
Scanners and reports using CIS templates ("de-facto" standard, easy to fix and to locate correction tips in the documentation), tests against cloud providers, database profiles, several types of telecom devices, and other highly customizable scans. You can scale your environment to gradually increase the quality, depth, and quantity of the tests, enabling you to learn and gradually optimize your vulnerability management platform(s)/instance(s). The possibility of integration with other market tools (Kenna, Archer...) is another differential.View full review »
We have done code scanning for a long period because as a company, we do DevOps as part of our development life cycle. We like scanning the ports and security as well as application-level security.View full review »
VP - Risks, Audits & InfoSec at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The features of Tenable Nessus that I have found most valuable are its reliability and its ability to collate a dependable output, where we are able to get the same vulnerability when we test manually. The output is quite reliable.View full review »
Vulnerability Management Analyst at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The VPR scores are the solution's most valuable aspects.
The plug-in text information is quite useful.
The solution can scale well.
We've found the solution to be quite stable.View full review »
IT Security Operations Analyst at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable features are that it's fast, it's easy to use, and it provides good reports.View full review »
Cybersecurity Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The valuable feature for me is being able to ping the computers to do the automated scan and to come back and be able to see everything. That's definitely a huge plus, but then there's also the ease of reviewing the scores, identifying vulnerabilities, and getting the information on the vulnerabilities; the ability to review all that within one tool has been phenomenal. When we're reviewing those Nessus scores, the solution works well.View full review »
Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The solution is very good at vulnerability management. It gives you great visibility of visibilities.
The solution is stable.
The initial setup is very straightforward.View full review »
Tenable Nessus is one of the best vulnerability assessment tools, that I know.View full review »
Chief Hacking Officer at a security firm with 1-10 employees
Out of the box, the product works well for us, so it's not a tool that we need to customize very much.View full review »
Manager Information Security at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
Tenable Nessus is good. It's the best vulnerability solution in the industry. Most organizations are using it.View full review »
CSSP Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The automatic scanner and scheduler are pretty cool.
The interface is excellent. It makes it very user friendly and easy to navigate for the most part.
It's a pretty solid product. I pretty much like almost all of it.
The product is pretty problem-free. We don't have any real issues with it.View full review »
The solution is the most dynamic one I have seen thus far. It is one of the best available solutions. It is the best vulnerability tool that is available at present.
I feel comfortable with the solution's vulnerability scanning capabilities.
Overall Zoom is a good solution.View full review »
Tenable Nessus is cheap and flexible.View full review »
Director at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The reports are pretty nice and easy to understand.View full review »
I have found the vulnerability assessment and the reports to be useful.View full review »
Information Technology Security Specialist at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
I have experience with it on my attack stations, and it's pretty good to optimize. Personally, I think Nessus is quite a good product.View full review »
Founder & CEO at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
I have chosen Nessus because it's very simple to use and install. Depending on the number of assets you scan, Nessus is also an affordable solution. Products such as Tenable IO and RapidLab, can become expensive depending on the number of IPs. So Nessus Pro is perfect for my needs right now.
Cyber Security Engineer at a manufacturing company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It's a user friendly solution and I like the dashboards.View full review »
Tenable Nessus has a good performance, is very user-friendly, and is easy to use.View full review »