ThreatQuotient

Reston, VA, USA
2013
In today's modern digitised environment, the manufacturing industry faces multiple interwoven challenges that can have a serious impact on their overall performance and sustainability. These challenges include supply chain disruptions, with events such as natural disasters, geopolitical issues, and pandemics disrupting the global supply chain, affecting the timely delivery of raw materials and components. These disruptions put pressure on manufacturing organisations to better plan for potential supply chain uncertainty, while responding quickly to changes in customer demand, and also trying to keep costs low.
  |  By Celine Gajnik
Healthcare organizations stand as prime targets for cybercriminals, drawn by the allure of valuable personal and health information stored within Electronic Health Records (EHR). These records, akin to digital gold, encapsulate a treasure trove of data—from full names and birth dates to Social Security numbers and billing details—making them hot commodities on the black market.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
The Quadrant Knowledge Solutions SPARK Matrix™ provides competitive analysis and ranking of the leading Digital Threat Intelligence Management vendors. ThreatQuotient, with its comprehensive technology for Digital Threat Intelligence Management, has received strong ratings across the parameters of technology excellence and customer impact.
  |  By Chris Jacob
It might surprise you to know that more than 70 new vulnerabilities are published every day. And despite their risk-reducing value in helping SOC teams address these, vulnerability management solutions have drawbacks. Often, they only provide a snapshot of an organization’s vulnerabilities at a point in time. In fact, owing to their nature, vulnerabilities identified today may not exist tomorrow, or they may appear and disappear intermittently.
  |  By Guest Blog
Today’s cyber threats continue to evolve at pace as adversaries compress the time between initial entry, lateral movement, and breach. At the same time, the rise of generative AI has the potential to lower the barrier of entry for low-skilled adversaries, making it easier to launch attacks that are more sophisticated and state of the art.
  |  By Noor Boulos
For the third year in a row, manufacturing was the most attacked industry according to IBM X-Force incident response data. Phishing was the top initial infection vector, used in 39% of incidents, and malware was deployed in 45% of attacks. In 2023 alone, manufacturing organizations in the semiconductor, building, automotive, industrial controls systems, boating and consumer packaged goods industries suffered significant attacks.
  |  By Gigi Schumm, Chief Revenue Officer
In today's escalating threat landscape, Security Operations Center (SOC) teams face a constant cat and mouse battle against adversaries as they try to stay one step ahead. This situation isn't helped by the fragmented tools; multiple data feeds and data siloes they must contend with. Likewise, with so many security vendors out there with different approaches and solutions, how do they know what cybersecurity solutions they should be investing in?
  |  By Julia Weifenbach
The transportation industry is not only part of critical infrastructure, but at the nexus of other critical infrastructure sectors that rely on transportation systems to operate reliably. When threat actors put this fundamental function at risk, there’s a ripple effect that disrupts individuals, businesses, government and supply chains.
  |  By Noor Boulos
To use threat intelligence and data more productively, many organizations are investing in a threat intelligence platform (TIP). Selecting a TIP is important as it will serve as the foundation for your entire security operations program, allowing you to understand and act upon the highest priority threats you face, while enabling you to get more from your existing resources — technology and people. However, amidst a plethora of options, selecting the right TIP can be daunting.
  |  By Guest Blog
In cybersecurity, staying ahead of threats requires not only cutting-edge technology but also a collaborative community of experts. The Art of Possible isn’t just a concept; it’s a mindset that drives innovation, fosters collaboration, and empowers defenders to proactively address emerging threats. At the heart of this philosophy lies the ThreatQ Community, a dynamic ecosystem where security professionals unite to share knowledge, strategies, and best practices.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
ThreatQuotient's Director of Alliances, Haig Colter, assumes the role of host in our series Hangin’ with Haig: Conversations Beyond the Keyboard. In our upcoming episode, we welcome Valéry Marchive. Co-founder of LeMagIT, Valéry has been its editor-in-chief since January 2020. A computer scientist by training, he specialised in cybersecurity and has developed an investigative approach to his journalistic practice, both in studying known cyberattacks and in understanding the dynamics of cybercrime. For several years, he has meticulously investigated cyber attacks with ransomware and their perpetrators.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
Learn how the ThreatQ Platform solves the challenges of security operations.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
ThreatQuotient's Director of Alliances, Haig Colter, assumes the role of host in our series Hangin’ with Haig: Conversations Beyond the Keyboard. In our upcoming episode, we welcome Jessica O’Bryan, Cyber Threat Intelligence & Threat Hunt Development Lead for the Cyber Security Operations Center (CSOC) at Viasat. Haig will dive into Jessica’s journey in the cybersecurity industry and her love for rock climbing and surfing. In order to follow her passion for the outdoors and sports, Jessica has traveled throughout the west coast in a camper. Join us and listen in on Jessica's incredible adventures.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
Learn how ThreatQ solves the challenges of security operations.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
Behind marketing buzzwords, product pitches, and business cycles, the complex cybersecurity market often forgets about the force that makes our world turn: the people that are embedded within it. That’s why we’ve created a livestream series that isn’t a pitch or demo, but a highlight of a star player– whether it be a non-profit partner or SOC leader, who has a tale to tell.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
Joel Bork, Jonathan Couch, and Christian Galladora dive into the ThreatQuotient Threat Intelligence and Investigative Platform to uncover the technical details and features that exist!
  |  By ThreatQuotient
Behind marketing buzzwords, product pitches, and business cycles, the complex cybersecurity market often forgets about the force that makes our world turn: the people that are embedded within it. That’s why we’ve created a livestream series that isn’t a pitch or demo, but a highlight of a star player– whether it be a non-profit partner or SOC leader, who has a tale to tell.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
See how ThreatQ's normalized data accelerates multiple partner integrations and improves searchable threats automatically with Cisco SecureX.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
Organizations are steadily investing in and improving their security operations, leading to an unprecedented demand for security-related roles and skills. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is expected that information security analyst jobs will increase 31% from 2019 to 2029. With this, analysts are expected to be masters of the craft, or "all-around defenders." In this report, you will learn: Learn the skills security analysts need to master to make them successful by downloading the report.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
The past year has been filled with changes to almost every aspect of daily life, and cyber threat intelligence (CTI) work did not go untouched. CTI is analyzed information about the capabilities, opportunities, and intent of adversaries conducting cyber operations. Adversaries tend to operate in and across digital networks and equipment that shape and impact businesses, critical infrastructure, and people's daily lives. Even with the difficulties that 2020 brought, CTI work has continued to grow and mature.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
In SANS' fifth yearly Threat Hunting Survey we examine how the cybersecurity industry is currently supporting threat hunting and how they are conducting threat hunting in their organizations.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
The Adversarial Tactics, Techniques & Common Knowledge (ATT&CK) project by MITRE is an initiative started in 2015 with the goal of providing a "globally-accessible knowledge base of adversary tactics and techniques based on real-world observations. Since its inception, ATT&CK has taken the information security industry by storm. Many vendors and information security teams the world over have moved to adopt it with blinding speed-and for good reason: It is one of the most exciting, useful and needed efforts within InfoSec in recent memory.
  |  By ThreatQuotient
Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) is analyzed information about the capabilities, opportunities and intent of adversaries that meets a specific requirement determined by a stakeholder. Organizations with CTI programs focus on understanding the threats they face and providing specific information to help defend against those threats. Key survey takeaways: Copyright © 2019, ThreatQuotient, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

ThreatQuotient’s mission is to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of security operations with a platform that accelerates and simplifies investigations and collaboration within and across teams and tools.

To understand and stop threats more effectively and efficiently your existing security infrastructure and people need to work smarter, not harder. ThreatQ can serve as an open and extensible threat intelligence platform that accelerates security operations through streamlined threat operations and management. The integrated, self-tuning threat library, adaptive workbench and open exchange allow you to quickly understand threats, make better decisions and accelerate detection and response.

More than a Threat Intelligence Platform:

  • Prioritize: Automatically score and prioritize internal and external threat intelligence based on your parameters.
  • Integrate: Improve effectiveness of existing infrastructure by integrating your tools, teams and workflows.
  • Automate: Automate aggregation, operationalization and use of threat intelligence across all systems and teams.
  • Collaborate: Centralize threat intelligence sharing, analysis and investigation in a threat intelligence platform all teams can access.

Prioritize, automate & collaborate with a platform purpose-built for Threat-Centric Security Operations.