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The Washington Post Lists Tenable as a Top DC Workplace for 2019; Bridgett Paradise Quoted

Bridgett Paradise, Chief People Officer of Tenable

Tenable, Inc. announced on Tuesday that the company has been recognized on the Washington Post’s list of the 2019 Top DC Workplaces.

Tenable was ranked fifth, in the Large Company category, on the list. The ranking is based on employee surveys from more than 300 Greater Washington, D.C. area companies that evaluate factors such as leadership, culture and benefits.

“We are delighted to receive this Top Workplace award from The Washington Post because it reflects our employees’ passion and commitment,” said Bridgett Paradise, chief people officer of Tenable. Tenable’s continued innovation and cutting-edge products are the direct result of our employees who are focused on keeping customers secure,” she continued.

“It’s important for us to continue to foster an inclusive and collaborative environment for our employees and we’re honored that they’ve named us a Top Workplace.”

The company’s deep-rooted culture of innovation and collaboration has earned Tenable numerous accolades, including a 2019 Employee Voice Award from Quantum Workplace, a 2019 SC Award for Best Vulnerability Management Solution and a 2019 Corporate Growth Award from ACG National Capital.

About Tenable 

Tenable, Inc. is the Cyber Exposure company. Over 27,000 organizations around the globe rely on Tenable to understand and reduce cyber risk. As the creator of Nessus, Tenable extended its expertise in vulnerabilities to deliver the world’s first platform to see and secure any digital asset on any computing platform.

Tenable customers include more than 50 percent of the Fortune 500, more than 25 percent of the Global 2000 and large government agencies.

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