RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ThreatQuotient, a threat intelligence platform provider, today demonstrated its continued commitment to offering highly innovative threat intelligence solutions to the financial services industry by joining the FS-ISAC Affiliate Program. The program is designed to bring together strategic partners that desire to promote the mission of FS-ISAC and help protect the financial services industry. Working with FS-ISAC as an Affiliate Program member enables ThreatQuotient to be more responsive to the security needs of the financial sector.
“FS-ISAC Affiliates are an important part of the cyber security ecosystem. ThreatQuotient helps support the mission of the FS-ISAC via a contribution of high level educational content and knowledge of the cybersecurity issues that face our industry daily,” said Robin Fantin, SVP Marketing, FS-ISAC.
Dedicated to revolutionizing cyber defense capabilities through innovative threat intelligence solutions, ThreatQuotient understands the importance of strategic partnerships and supporting leading industry associations like FS-ISAC. The company’s Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP), ThreatQ, is designed with this vendor agnostic approach in mind and centrally manages and correlates unlimited external sources with all internal security and analytics solutions for contextual, operationalized intelligence in a single view. This enables threat intelligence teams to return their focus to analysis, and improve their security operations by reducing the amount of effort traditionally exerted into combining data sources.
“While financial services have played a large role in leading the charge for a holistic approach to security, they remain a significant focus for today’s cyber criminals,” said John Czupak, President and CEO at ThreatQuotient. “Having an influential organization like FS-ISAC bring quality vendors together to address cyber security issues is paramount if we are going to effectively turn the tides in favor of the enterprises rather than the criminals. We are pleased to announce our increased participation with FS-ISAC and welcome the opportunity to support their mission as a contributing member.”
ThreatQuotient integrates with over 25 vendors to ensure customers can keep their detection solutions up to date. This strategic collaboration has resulted in the build out of over 100 feeds ranging from open source blacklists to commercial providers and several private communities. Organizations spend a significant amount of annual budget and manpower on existing security technologies to detect and block attacks; ThreatQuotient focuses on ensuring organizations leverage those deployments more efficiently. Becoming a member of the FS-ISAC Affiliate Program, a recognized leader when it comes to addressing critical security threats facing the global financial services sector, further enhances ThreatQuotient’s resources to enable customers to stay protected and maximize their investments.
ThreatQuotient provides ThreatQ, the only Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) that centrally manages and correlates unlimited external sources with all internal security and analytics solutions for contextual, operationalized intelligence in a single pane of glass. ThreatQ is also the first TIP to provide Indicator Nurturing, which goes beyond enrichment to help customers tailor indicators of compromise (IOCs) more specifically to their infrastructure.
Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, ThreatQuotient was founded by two former security operations analysts that understand the importance and fundamentals of correlating with confidence. The company is backed by a seasoned management team and has secured over $10 million in Series A financing. Representing a strong portfolio of Fortune 100/500, major retail, healthcare, technology and defense customers, ThreatQuotient has quickly garnered industry recognition receiving several coveted awards, including A Top Startup to Watch from Dark Reading and DCInno; and two Info Security Global Excellence Awards for Best Startup and Innovation in Enterprise Security. For more information, please visit: https://www.threatq.com.