Let's discuss how to utilize the asset tracking capabilities of tenable IO
to review. Tenable Io tracks assets using data gathered from its sensors.
The most accurate way to track assets is by deploying MESSIS agents and conducting authenticated scans
to view all discovered assets. Untenable. Io Navigate to your assets work Bench
Noticed that some of your assets are tagged to show that they have an agent installed.
Choose an asset to see more detailed information
in the activity log. You can see the tracking history for this asset.
It was first discovered during a network based necessary can.
During this scan necessary obtained the hosts identifying information and attached it to the assets record.
The Passive Vulnerability scanner also noticed this asset communicating on the network and associate ID information with it
later, another Ness is scan was launched against the host.
Then the nexus agent installed on the host submitted scan results to tenable IO.
You'll notice that the most accurate and reliable information came from the Nexus Agent scan. This scan was able to add bios, information, a more specific operating system version and the tenable Io unique. Identifying her
the asset detailed sections chose this pertinent information at a glance as well as when the asset was seen.
The additional info section displays all associated entries for each category.
For example, if this host has multiple network interface cards, all associate ID I P and Mac addresses would be displayed.
You can also filter on this data
creative filter for all assets running Windows.
These examples show how tenable Io combines data from passive listening and active scanning sensors to track assets as they move throughout your organization.