ThreatQuotient, a leading security operations and threat intelligence platform provider, have released the ThreatQuotient Marketplace supported by OpenChannel, creating an ecosystem of cyber intelligence and security technologies benefiting both customers and partners.
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Who is ThreatQuotient
Since ThreatQuotient emerged in the cybersecurity marketplace in 2013, founders Ryan Trost and Wayne Chiang have continuously armed their customers, and the industry, with a unique approach to improving security operations.
Their 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 across teams and tools. This holistic approach supports multiple uses cases including incident response and threat hunting, serving as a threat intelligence platform.
Leading global companies use ThreatQuotient’s solutions as the cornerstone of their security operations, including Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies, major retail, hospitality, healthcare, technology, finance, and defense customers.
ThreatQuotient understand that the foundation of intelligence-driven security is people, and the company’s open and extensible platform empowers people and security teams with the context and customization to make better decisions. Through automation, prioritization and visualization, ThreatQuotient’s solutions reduce noise and highlight top priority threats to provide greater focus and decision support.
They also know their own team of high performing people is critical to success, and have assembled a team of innovative executives including John Czupak, Jonathan Couch, Leon Ward, Tom Ashoff, Matt McCormick, Gigi Schumm and Marc Solomon from successful companies including Sourcefire, Cisco, iSight, Symantec and others.
Recently, ThreatQuotient has established partnerships with major companies such as Visa and increased their international reach with three new distributors in Japan, UAE and Germany. They have also expanded their footprint throughout Europe and Asia into countries like Australia, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Romania, Switzerland, Kenya, Singapore and Vietnam.
They are backed by some of the world’s leading investors including New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and most recently Adam Street Partners who lead their $30M Series C, bringing their total financing to $57M.
They’ve received countless awards and accolades for their innovative platform including 2019 Security Products Guide, 2019 CyberSecurity Excellence Awards, Market Leader in Enterprise Security at the 2019 InfoSec Awards, McAfee 2019 Global Security Innovation Alliance Partner of the Year, and named to CRN’s 2018 Emerging Technology Vendors list for three consecutive years. Their Head of Alliances, Haig Colter, was also awarded for his development of their leading partnership ecosystem.
What is the ThreatQ Marketplace
At ThreatQuotient, their ability to integrate with cyber intelligence and security technologies is critical to the value they provide for customers. There is a focus on maximizing the value from integrations to make customers more efficient at handling their ever increasing demands.
The power of the ThreatQ platform lies in its open, extensible architecture, allowing for strong integration and interoperability with many tools that customers are already using, or may be considering across a broad range of services.
To accomplish this, they’ve made significant investment in the tools that users can leverage to browse, install, manage and even create integrations with their platform. The ThreatQ Marketplace is the critical step in that management workflow.
ThreatQuotient has a robust ecosystem that leverages software development kits (SDKs), easy to use APIs along with a comprehensive set of industry-standard interfaces to fully integrate with the equipment, tools, technologies and processes that protect critical business information.
Why the ThreatQ Marketplace Matters
The ThreatQ Marketplace provides users with a single place for browsing, understanding and downloading integrations for installation on the ThreatQ platform. It also provides partners with a way to promote their integration and larger solution to ThreatQ customers who they might not otherwise reach.
Today, the ThreatQ Marketplace is accessed via the Marketplace Website, where customers can browse and download integrations. The long-term vision is to further leverage the OpenChannel APIs to build a direct interaction between the ThreatQ platform and the Marketplace, creating a truly unified experience.
This will allow users to browse, identify new and updated integrations, and provide the ability to install and manage marketplace apps and integrations right from within the ThreatQ interface itself.
An Important Security Partnership
ThreatQuotient’s mission is to improve the effectiveness of security operations through a threat-centric platform and a focus on people. Security is something that affects us all, in both our work and personal lives. At OpenChannel we are proud to support such an innovative security company in making the world’s leading enterprises, and in turn our daily lives, more safe and secure.