RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ThreatQuotient™, a leading provider of enterprise-class threat intelligence platforms, today announced its Threat Intelligence Platform, ThreatQ, won for Hottest Cybersecurity and Safety Innovation at the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s (NVTC) 2016 Hot Ticket Awards. The awards gala, held last Thursday night, honored the region’s best and brightest technology companies.
Recognized for its innovative ability to improve an enterprise’s threat intelligence and security operations through an on-premise, vendor-agnostic platform, ThreatQ easily imports commercial, open source, private and industry threat intelligence. ThreatQ was created by former security operations analysts, giving users a dedicated platform for analysts to manage and enrich threat intelligence to defend against sophisticated cyber attacks.
“Today’s cybersecurity market is full of fierce competitors and highly qualified vendors; just look at all the great companies nominated for these prestigious awards,” said John Czupak, President & CEO at ThreatQuotient. “The fact that we won is a testament to the team we have assembled and our mission of effectively operationalizing threat intelligence.”
ThreatQ is the only threat intelligence platform that centrally manages and correlates each of a company’s external sources with their internal security and analytics solutions for contextual, operationalized intelligence in a single view. As a result, ThreatQ enables threat intelligence teams to return their focus to analysis, and improve their security operations through customization, enrichment, and automation. To learn more about ThreatQ, please visit: www.threatq.com/our-product/.
ThreatQuotient provides ThreatQ, the only threat intelligence platform (TIP) that centrally manages and correlates unlimited external sources with all internal 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. https://www.threatq.com.