ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator

Additional Info

Company size (employees)100 to 499
Headquarters RegionNorth America
Type of solutionSoftware


With a shortage of security personnel facing security teams today, automation has become a key strategy to offload repetitive tasks and empower humans to conduct advanced security operations more efficiently. To help security teams work more efficiently in the face of these challenges, ThreatQuotient released the latest version of ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator, the industry’s first solution for a simplified, data-driven approach to security operations within the ThreatQ Platform, in summer 2022.

ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator reinforces the need for no-code solutions that empower operators to adapt to dynamic threat landscapes faster, and focus their energy on security operations workflows that provide critical business context.

Legacy SOAR platforms, for example, have taken a process-driven approach to connect products within a workflow. However, for optimal detection, investigation and response, ThreatQuotient believes a data-driven approach is needed to prioritize data and connect systems with that data. Automating and orchestrating noisy data just amplifies the noise. Many of these process-based SOAR platforms are also designed such that only security engineers and analysts have the skills necessary to use them directly; making these traditional platforms hard to implement and maintain which drives higher costs over time.

ThreatQ’s user interface simplifies the work teams must do to define risks, enforce security rules and remediate threats automatically. ThreatQuotient’s differentiation to traditional security operations solutions such as SOAR platforms include:

– Better context that helps focus automation on what matters most, and a feedback loop that improves it each time.
– A simpler, no-code interface is easier to use and features like Smart Collections abstract automation logic making playbooks easier to maintain.
– Lower total cost of ownership because it requires no special training or skills to use.

How we are different

ThreatQuotient enables teams to work together using the tools they are already comfortable with, and extending their capabilities with additional, integrated solutions for an end-to-end approach.
One of ThreatQ’s key capabilities, the DataLinq Engine, “connects the dots” across data from all sources, enabling extended detection and response (XDR), internal/external, to be analyzed and understood prior to taking a manual or automated response.
ThreatQuotient published new research in 2022 to help the industry better understand the state of cybersecurity automation and adoption, and what is either accelerating or slowing automation globally.