June 10, 2016
Ron Gula, co-founder of Tenable Network Security, has stepped down as chief executive but will stay on as chairman, reports Reuters. Tenable said co-founders Jack Huffard and Renaud Deraison will look after company affairs till a new CEO is appointed.
Gula is heading the search for a new chief executive, which began a few weeks ago.
Last year, the Columbia-based cybersecurity software maker raised $250 million in a Series B venture capital funding.
Read more on Reuters.
About the Author(s)
You May Also Like
Hacking Your Digital Identity: How Cybercriminals Can and Will Get Around Your Authentication MethodsOct 26, 2023
Modern Supply Chain Security: Integrated, Interconnected, and Context-DrivenNov 06, 2023
How to Combat the Latest Cloud Security ThreatsNov 06, 2023
Reducing Cyber Risk in Enterprise Email Systems: It's Not Just Spam and PhishingNov 01, 2023
SecOps & DevSecOps in the CloudNov 06, 2023
9 Traits You Need to Succeed as a Cybersecurity Leader
The Ultimate Guide to the CISSP
Quantifying the Gap Between Perceived Security and Comprehensive MITRE ATT&CK Coverage
Protecting Critical Infrastructure: The 2021 Energy, Utilities, and Industrials Cyber Threat Landscape Report
2021 Gartner Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Report