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Easily enable a multitude of intelligence sources with the flip of a switch. ThreatQ normalizes and structures all of your information efficiently allowing you to maximize the value of commercial feeds while evaluating the effectiveness of open source feeds.
Enable / disable open source intelligence (OSINT) feeds with a single click.
ThreatQ's plug-and-play functionality allows you to take action on indicators, reports, & historical info from your existing intelligence providers for out-of-the-box security options.
ThreatQ supports custom and industry specific intelligence integrations. Regain lost time manually importing data. Empower your analysts to spend more time doing what they do best — hunting threats.
Improve reliability of alerts and easily gain historical context of indicators in your environment.
Keep your detection sensors seamlessly updated with the latest intelligence across your entire organization.
Ensure each system scan contains the most important indicators.
Provide analysis enterprise-wide through collaboration across teams, roles and sharing groups with historical context, standard tools, and situational awareness like never before!
Easily find a single indicator or use our advanced search to find and pivot between related indicators.
See organizational context as you pivot between complex relationships, drill through data, and export reports to share with your team.
CONTEXT IS KING! No matter the source, every indicator attribute is captured and tracked, allowing analysts to quickly reference all context behind a single pane of glass!
Enable threat intelligence to trigger rear-view mirror searches and initiate triage processes if necessary.
Safely store malware samples and maintain enterprise-wide tactical vigilance with the latest intel between indicators and PE data. Sandbox reports to improve pivotability between IOCs, alerts, and weaponized delivery mechanism.
Spearphishing has been one of the primary attack vectors to infiltrate organizations. Your enterprise can significantly minimize this risk by studying attack patterns, focusing on spearphish recipients and assisting with group attribution.
Capturing an attacker's operating tactics, techniques, and protocols (TTP) across a team builds a holistic understanding to better dismantle their attack with the added benefit of maintaining institutional knowledge as personnel shift.