The following Member Spotlight is a summary from the interview with Whitney Harmel, vice president of membership and development at the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, and Steve Vintz, chief financial officer at Tenable, to discuss Tenable’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the remote workforce. The full interview is included in the video below.
Tenable, based in Columbia, Maryland, helps companies around the world manage, measure, and reduce cyber risk. Many Fortune 500 companies as well as numerous government agencies are customers of Tenable. Tenable has assisted clients safely shift to remote working during this pandemic, addressing the new security concerns with moving operations online.
Tenable has provided cyber security resources to customers and the community. Personal devices with third party applications are susceptible to exploit and increase risk for organizations, particularly during this pandemic with the workforce operating remotely. To combat this, Tenable has extended software licenses for free for a limited time. Tenable has also increased customer support during this pandemic, through added support hours, more blogs, and comprehensive resources.
As an organization, Tenable has prioritized employee well-being through transparency, keeping communication open, and touching base with employees to ensure stress-levels are managed. Tenable has supported the community during the pandemic by increasing donations to non-profits and matching employee donations.
Click here to view up-to-the-minute COVID-19 resources on the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s COVID-19 resources page.