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|Company size (employees)||100 to 499|
|Headquarters Region||North America|
In 3 bullets, summarize why this company is different from the competition and deserves recognition:
ThreatQuotient offers the first and only solution for threat intelligence platform use cases with customer specific scoring of threat intelligence, automated tuning, the first with flexible data models to support additional use cases beyond the traditional threat intelligence platform, and the first to offer investigations and cyber situation room capabilities.
ThreatQuotient empowers organizations to understand their unique threats, and prioritize and act upon the threat intelligence that is most relevant to them. For example, since first integrating with MITRE ATT&CK in early 2018, ThreatQuotient has helped customers adopt and integrate the framework into their workflows to achieve a holistic view of their organization’s specific attack vectors and what needs to be done to effectively mitigate those attacks and defend against adversaries.
ThreatQuotient’s Professional Services: educate new cyber intelligence teams, refocus teams onto specific classes of threats, operationalize an intelligence practice, and enable security executives to leverage the application of global threat intelligence to communicate effectively with their business leadership.
ThreatQuotient has earned the trust of their customers for consistently displaying forward-thinking and disruptive innovation from both a thought leadership and technical perspective. A few years ago when the industry was focused on artificial intelligence and machine learning, ThreatQuotient focused on the importance of people in cybersecurity. Their message to the market was, “Empower the Human Element.” Fast forward to the industry’s biggest conference in 2020, RSA, and the theme was “Human Element”.
In Gartner’s 2020 Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) Market Guide, the evolution of SOAR moves towards what ThreatQuotient has believed all along – the need for a powerful security operations solution designed to prioritize activities, integrate defenses, automate response, and enable collaboration across systems and teams. This report aligns perfectly with ThreatQuotient’s vision for a Threat-Centric Security Operations Platform, which is what they have been building towards for years.
In 2020, ThreatQuotient announced that their flagship product, ThreatQ, was the first threat-centric security operations platform to be granted a DoD-wide Authorization to Operate (ATO). Approval for ThreatQ at the DoDIN level demonstrates ThreatQuotient’s credibility, commitment to innovating for the Federal market, and commitment to meeting and exceeding industry standards. Also this year, ThreatQuotient launched important enhancements to their professional services offering.
ThreatQuotient is a leading technology company for not only continuing to help organizations achieve a successful threat management and security operations program; but also for promoting technical creativity among employees. ThreatQuotient encourages employees to take part in the evolution and innovation of the company through an Employee Patent Program. As an early stage company, employees get a chance to make a lasting impact while growing their professional experiences; whether that is a promotion, a chance to manage, a new career path, or increasing their exposure with customers, partners, or technologies.