Technology Partnership Helps Information Security and Intelligence Students Experience Data Extraction

April 01, 2016

A leading manufacturer of mobile device forensics equipment has entered into a significant partnership with Ferris State University’s Information Security and Intelligence program.

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Tenable Network Security serves customers worldwide, and each of Tenable’s customers has a unique set of audit and compliance requirements. This paper provides insights on measuring and reporting compliance in the energy and nuclear facility sectors.

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Tenable Network Security serves customers worldwide, and each of Tenable’s customers has a unique set of audit and compliance requirements. This paper provides insights on measuring and reporting compliance in the energy and nuclear facility sectors.

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