SpeedyCloud Partners with Tenable Network Security to Boost Cloud Security for Customers in China

5 Jul

Tenable Network Security, Inc., a global leader transforming security technology for the business needs of tomorrow, today announced Chinese cloud industry leader SpeedyCloud as a partner in China with the selection of Tenable’s market-defining continuous monitoring solution to provide customers with increased cloud security assurance and advanced vulnerability management.

By deploying Tenable solutions into its cloud platform, SpeedyCloud is able to provide customers with comprehensive visibility across multi-tenancy environments, and the critical context necessary to take decisive action to improve their security postures. The continuous monitoring capabilities enable SpeedyCloud to collect real-time data across customers’ systems to assure the security of their networks.

“Understanding the importance of security, we’ve always been working hard to protect our customers’ digital assets. By partnering with Tenable to provide true continuous monitoring and advanced analytics, we can grant customers the benefits of cloud with the assurance that their data is secure,” said Hao Yu, CEO, SpeedyCloud. “With Tenable solutions now incorporated into our IaaS offering, we’re prepared to monitor and protect our customers’ cloud environments more fully.”

Tenable helps SpeedyCloud customers measure and address their risk exposure to provide assurance that applications deployed in the cloud are secure. SpeedyCloud leverages Tenable’s SecurityCenter API to incorporate security data into SpeedyCloud’s self-developed graphical user interface (GUI) for customers. This seamless integration makes the deployment more efficient and manageable.

Customers have access to Tenable’s Chinese-language reports and dashboards, which deliver consolidated vulnerability and continuous monitoring analytics. The dashboards and reports help to identify and prioritize threats and vulnerabilities, allowing for faster action and remediation of cyber threats.

“Cloud-based services introduce new levels of flexibility and elasticity that traditional computing platforms cannot provide,” said Gary Jackson, vice president APAC, Tenable Network Security. “SpeedyCloud has built its business around the goal of accelerating its customers’ success through the cloud, and Tenable is proud to provide security as an essential component of SpeedyCloud’s offering.”

Tenable formally entered the Chinese market earlier this year by establishing business entities and hiring employees in China.

“Tenable is investing heavily in the Chinese market, underscoring our confidence in the Chinese economy and signifying our plans to aggressively expand Tenable’s business operations, not only in China, but throughout Asia,” said Jackson.