RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ThreatQuotient™, a leading security operations platform innovator, today announced multiple awards that the company has won in early 2020, including recognition from the Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM) InfoSec Awards, and the Info Security Products Guide (ISPG) Global Excellence Awards. Additionally, ThreatQuotient’s Chief Marketing Officer, Marc Solomon, was a finalist for the 2020 private company Cybersecurity Marketer of the Year Awards, and SVP Worldwide Sales, Gigi Schumm, is currently a finalist for the 21st Annual Women in Technology (WIT) Leadership Awards for Corporate Small-Market Sector.
ThreatQuotient recently received awards in the following categories:
2020 ISPG Awards
- Grand Trophy Winner
- Best Security Workplace for Corporate Culture – Gold
- Security Investigation – Gold
- Threat Intelligence Technology – Silver
- Most Innovative Security Software of the Year – Bronze
- Threat Solutions: Hunting, Detection, Intelligence and Response – Bronze
2020 CDM Infosec Awards
- Enterprise Security – Market Leader
- Security Investigation Platform – Cutting Edge
- Women in Cybersecurity (Gigi Schumm) – Cutting Edge
- Threat Intelligence – Hot Company
“ThreatQuotient has made it a priority to continuously innovate our products to meet evolving security operations needs. These award designations, including Market Leader for Enterprise Security, as well as Best Security Workplace, are a testament to these efforts,” said John Czupak, President and CEO of ThreatQuotient. “Company achievements are truly a team effort, and I feel lucky to lead an organization like ThreatQuotient that is laser focused on both its customers and its people.”
ThreatQuotient offers the ThreatQ platform and ThreatQ Investigations, a cybersecurity situation room. Leading global companies use ThreatQuotient’s solutions as the cornerstone of their security operations, including Fortune 100/500, major retail and hospitality, healthcare, technology, finance, and defense customers globally. Together, ThreatQuotient’s solutions are helping teams to collaborate and tools to integrate, so that companies get more from existing resources, as well as provide a way to attain a single visual representation of a complete situation at hand. ThreatQuotient empowers organizations to understand their unique threats, and prioritize and act upon the threat intelligence that is most relevant to them.
“I am especially grateful for this recognition while we celebrate Women’s History Month in March, which I hope will bring more focus to the many women in technology who are breaking down barriers,” said Schumm, who is also the host of Women of Washington, a weekly Federal News Radio series and podcast. “I am proud to work in this space at a time where diversity is increasing, and talent is advancing. When I ask other female leaders in technology what contributed to their success, mentorship and networking are two things that continually rise to the top. I look forward to the ways that ThreatQuotient will continue to expand opportunities for women in tech.”
To learn more about ThreatQuotient’s award-winning solutions and market leading capabilities, please visit https://www.threatq.com/.
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, supporting multiple uses cases including incident response, threat hunting, and serving as a threat intelligence platform. 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.