ThreatQuotient Wins Gold for Security Investigation in 2019 ISPG Global Excellence Awards

ThreatQ and ThreatQ Investigations Stand Out for Excellence in
Improving Collaboration, Accelerating Shared Understanding and
Coordinating Response Across Cybersecurity Teams

RESTON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ThreatQuotient™,
a leading security operations platform innovator, today announced that
Info Security Products Guide (ISPG) has named the company a winner of
three 2019 Global Excellence Awards. ThreatQ™
Investigations
, the industry’s first cybersecurity situation room,
was awarded Gold for the category Security Investigation, and
also Silver for Most Innovative Security Product (Software) of the
Year
. ThreatQuotient’s flagship product, the ThreatQ threat
intelligence platform
, won Bronze for Threat Hunting, Detection,
Intelligence and Response
. Now in its fifteenth year, the ISPG
awards recognize the most advanced and innovative cybersecurity and
information technology products, solutions, and services across the
globe.

“We always look forward to the ISPG awards to see how the landscape of
offerings has grown and changed, and we are especially motivated to be
recognized each year for our continued innovation,” said John Czupak,
President and CEO of ThreatQuotient. “As the first to market with a
platform specifically for threat-centric security operations,
ThreatQuotient is proud to receive three 2019 ISPG awards that highlight
the diverse use cases of our technology and its ability to help
organizations become more secure.”

To improve their security operations, organizations need a single,
systemic security architecture that supports multiple teams and use
cases. This approach is grounded in the ability to look at the entirety
of a security problem and prioritize by answering fundamental questions,
including: What can be immediately and automatically filtered out? What
is a known threat that needs attention – either automatically or
requires human intelligence, either by a person or team? What are the
items that need more investigation? The goal is to automate the
identification of noise and threats to reduce the number of items that
need investigation, provide greater focus for the limited resources on
the team and continuously learn to improve over time. This is the role
of the ThreatQ platform: it provides the context and foundational
understanding that is needed for effective security operations.

Built on top of ThreatQ platform, ThreatQ Investigations brings order to
the chaos of security operations that occurs when teams work in silos,
acting independently, inefficiently and unable to share intelligence and
tasks easily. ThreatQ Investigations answers this industry challenge
providing a visual representation of a complete situation at hand,
including what actions were taken, by whom and when. For example, by
maintaining adversary profiles and associated malware analysis in
ThreatQ, an incident response (IR) team using ThreatQ Investigations
instantly knows the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) of that
adversary. Having an adversary dossier is an extremely powerful
“tactical operations guidebook”, allowing even junior analysts to work
far beyond their experience. By knowing how adversaries have moved
around a network in the past, and what information they have
historically gone after, an IR team can quickly and proficiently track
and eliminate trespassers.

“Once an incident is suspected, an investigation effort needs to be
applied to understand the scope, impact and the actions required to
recover; but gathering all the required information is hard because it
comes in a great variety of formats from many different people and
teams,” said Leon Ward, Vice President of Product Management.
“ThreatQuotient is helping organizations take an incident under
investigation and relate it to known campaigns or adversaries,
drastically reducing the analysis and response process since key
elements about that campaign are already understood by the defending
organization.”

ThreatQuotient will be exhibiting at the 2019 RSA Conference from March
4-7 in San Francisco, and attendees will be able to see demos of ThreatQ
and ThreatQ Investigations at booth #3830 in the Moscone Center. For
more information or to schedule a meeting with the team, please click here.

About ThreatQuotient

ThreatQuotient’s mission is to improve the efficiency and effectiveness
of security operations through a threat-centric platform. By integrating
an organization’s existing processes and technologies into a single
security architecture, ThreatQuotient accelerates and simplifies
investigations and collaboration within and across teams and tools.
Through automation, prioritization and visualization, ThreatQuotient’s
solutions reduce noise and highlight top priority threats to provide
greater focus and decision support for limited resources. ThreatQuotient
is headquartered in Northern Virginia with international operations
based out of Europe and APAC. For more information, visit https://threatquotient.com.

Contacts

Taylor Hadley
[email protected]
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