Scott Hollis

Senior Director of Product Marketing

Scott Hollis (@scotthollis_msh) is Senior Director of Product Marketing at Tenable. Scott has over 20 years of experience in security and performance management and is an effective communicator within both communities. He originally launched NetIQ into the SIEM market and he subsequently drove the creation of the industry’s first true multi-tenant, single instance, log management SaaS platform at Alert Logic. He has held senior positions at various sized organizations ranging from privately held venture-backed technology start-ups to publicly traded Fortune 100 companies including IBM, BMC Software, NetIQ, Alert Logic, Quest Software (now a Dell company), and Zenoss. He has a B.S. (cum laude) in Computer Science from Virginia Tech, and an M.B.A. from the University of Houston.

Fine-tuning Security Metrics to Drive Action
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Fine-tuning Security Metrics to Drive Action


Which security metrics matter most?

Which security metrics matter most?

Today’s powerful security vulnerability tools provide organizations with the ability to monitor an almost unlimited number of metrics. However, few organizations have the time or resources to give their full attention to all...

What distinguishes vulnerability management solutions?

What distinguishes vulnerability management solutions?

When looking for a vulnerability management solution, organizations understandably have quite a few choices and many of those choices have been available for some time. However, vulnerability management is changing. While much of...

The Average CISO Tenure is 17 Months – Don’t be a Statistic!

The Average CISO Tenure is 17 Months – Don’t be a Statistic!

Cyber breaches are causing business executives all across organizations to take note. CISOs are getting questions from senior management, the Board of Directors, auditors, regulators, business leaders, and IT personnel. Responding...

Aligning Operations: IT – Business – Security

Aligning Operations: IT – Business – Security

In every organization, separate operational groups exist in IT, business and security. These groups often have different priorities, which can lead to conflict. Successful security leaders align the three operational groups to...

Using Security Metrics to Drive Action

Using Security Metrics to Drive Action

Benjamin Franklin famously said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Unfortunately, no amount spent on prevention can guarantee 100% protection. Successful CISOs must make pragmatic decisions that balance risk and...

Risks vs. Benefits of Security Investments

Risks vs. Benefits of Security Investments

Demonstrating that benefits outweigh the costs starts with spotlighting the risks.

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