Suzan Fraser and Christopher Torchia Associated Press Published 6:28 AM EDT Oct 26, 2018 Ankara, Turkey – The Saudi officials who killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi in their Istanbul consulate must reveal the location of his body, Turkey’s president said Friday in remarks that were sharply critical of the kingdom’s handling of the case. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also said Saudi Arabia’s chief prosecutor will arrive in Turkey on Sunday as part of the investigation and will meet with Turkish counterparts. On Thursday, Saudi prosecutors said Khashoggi’s killing was premeditated, citing Turkish evidence and changing the country’s account again to try to ease international outrage over the slaying of a prominent critic of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Turkey has other “information and evidence” about the killing by Saudi officials after Khashoggi entered the consulate on Oct. 2, and it will eventually reveal that information, … [Read more...] about Turkey to Saudi Arabia: Where is Khashoggi’s body?
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Fast-growing Columbia company Tenable Network Security has received $250 million in venture capital, a massive bet on rapid growth in its business monitoring Fortune 500 and government networks for hacking threats.It is one of the largest infusions of cash into a cybersecurity company in the country at a time when investors are eager to back such companies. As businesses scramble to protect sensitive data from high-profile hacks and breaches, the industry is expected to grow rapidly.Tenable is using the money to fund its growth and hire quickly at its Columbia Gateway headquarters and around the world. Eventually, the growth could lead to a public stock offering, CEO Ron Gula said.As investors pour money into the industry, Gula said he isn't concerned about a cybersecurity bubble."I certainly don't think the industry has solved internet security," he said. "I think this market's still very young and this is why we think there's still this massive opportunity."Tenable's software … [Read more...] about Tenable Network Security lands $250M as investors foresee cybersecurity boom
Tenable Network Security Inc. has tapped the head of a Dell Technologies cybersecurity unit to serve as its chairman and CEO.Amit Yoran will take the helm at the fast-growing Columbia cybersecurity company Jan. 3. He replaces Tenable co-founder and CEO Ron Gula, who announced in June he was stepping down after 14 years.Yoran joins Tenable as the company looks to grow and expand internationally after securing a $230 million capital investment in late 2015."When we started Tenable, our goal was to build the best vulnerability management solution on the planet, and we're confident that Amit is the right choice to lead us on the next phase of our journey," said Renaud Deraison, also a Tenable co-founder and its chief technology officer, in a statement.Deraison and Tenable's third co-founder, President and Chief Operating Officer Jack Huffard, jointly led the company during the search for Gula's successor.Yoran most recently worked as president of RSA, a cybersecurity company that came … [Read more...] about Tenable Network Security taps head of Dell Technologies cybersecurity unit as CEO
Tenable Network Security Inc. has acquired FlawCheck, a small San Francisco firm, in a deal that will expand Tenable's security software offerings.Financial terms were not disclosed, but the acquisition is a first for Tenable, the Columbia-based technology security company that raised $250 million in venture capital last year."We have a road map. We know where we want to go in the next five years, as far as product," said Renaud Deraison, Tenable's chief technology officer and a co-founder of the company. "We'll try to get there organically and when we need to, we'll do acquisitions."Tenable specializes in software that continuously monitors large data networks for vulnerabilities and threats. The company counts among its clients such major brands as MasterCard, BMW, Adidas and Microsoft.But the way companies approach information technology is changing — they are increasingly combining development and operations teams, and using new technologies like the cloud and what are known … [Read more...] about Tenable Network Security makes first acquisition
Tenable Network Security co-founder Ron Gula has stepped down from his role as CEO and is leading a search for a successor to help the company grow globally.Gula will remain with the Columbia cyber security company as chairman. His co-founders, Chief Operating Officer Jack Huffard and Chief Product Officer Renaud Deraison will lead the company during the search for a new CEO."It's a natural progression for high-growth software companies tackling massive markets to proactively make this transition, and Ron wants to make sure Tenable reaches its full potential," the company said in its statement.Tenable raised $250 million in Series B financing last fall and said it would hire hundreds of workers as part of a multi-year expansion plan. The company was founded in 2002.Gula will lead the search for his successor, along with Tenable's [email protected]/sarahgantz … [Read more...] about Tenable Network Security CEO steps down