Tenable today announced the release of Tenable One, an Exposure Management Platform to unify discovery and visibility into all assets to assess their exposures and vulnerabilities across an entire attack surface. 

The platform brings the organization’s entire attack surface (both on-premises and cloud-based) into a single view. It aggregates vulnerability data across the IT infrastructure, web apps, public cloud and identity systems to help security leaders anticipate the consequences of a cyberattack, according to Tenable. 

“Bad actors don’t take a siloed approach to exploiting organizations’ attack surfaces, so why are cybersecurity teams operating in vacuums?” said Glen Pendley, the CTO at Tenable. “A platform approach to exposure management is the real game changer, surpassing the ineffective and expensive point solution approach that the industry has taken for decades. Tenable One delivers holistic insight into exposures that can serve as a true north for security teams.”

At launch, the platform introduces Lumin Exposure View, which provides insights into an organization’s cyber exposure; Attack Path Analysis (APA), which enables security teams to view attack paths from externally identified points and internal assets, and Asset Inventory, which provides users a centralized view of all assets including IT, active directory and web applications.

The platform is available today in both standard and enterprise versions.