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Viewer II

Re: Tenable.io vs Security Center

Check https://nvanalyzer.com for a tool that allows combining Nessus scan files into logical scans, analyzing and comparing them.

Newcomer I

Re: Tenable.io vs Security Center

Hi,  just thought I would add my experience.  We started life with Openvas and then added a Nessus Pro when our pen testers started giviing us reports from a Nessus scan.  We were using Nessus pro for approx 6 months and exporting the results into Excel with resonable success.  We then started to look at Security Center but were guided down the IO route as we were looking at a Siem solution to run alongisde.  Tenable IO is a great product and easy to use, you can make API calls into the backend to export results into a SIEM, you can also do the normal export into Excel.  The reporting in TIO is ok, I still think it needs work as a lot of the reports are fixed and it lacks the ability to create fully custom reports.  I would say you would be best to sign up for a free trial to have a look through the TIO reporting options.  Happy to take any futher questions if I can help.

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Newcomer II

Re: Tenable.io vs Security Center

It could be worth your time to take a look at VulnWhisperer  (https://github.com/austin-taylor/VulnWhisperer)

 

It can integrate with various scanners like Nessus, OpenVAS and Qualys. So you can have multiple scanners and view the results in the same interface. The big use case I can see that you can purchase a certified scanner for your internet facing IP addresses while using OpenVAS for your internal environment.

 

Note that I have not personally tried it yet but I do know the underlying stack it uses (The Elastic Stack) and the reporting and data mining features are solid. Also I am in no way connected to that project, just find the approach to be good.