2022, Naughty or Nice?

Noor Boulos

There were so many notable things that have happened in 2022, here’s some to name a few.  We have gotten back to a “normal” state of being or have accepted the new “normal”. While ThreatQuotient enjoyed meeting some new faces on the Hangin’ with Haig episodes.  We are also proud to share a few award wins for individual contributors as well as our company as a whole like the Cybersecurity Excellence Awards, CRN Partner Program Guide, The Washington Post Top Workplaces and more.  

Not only did things get more complicated in cybersecurity, but they also got simplified with our data-driven approach.  ThreatQuotient introduced DataLinq Engine and ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator to help with SOAR, TIP and XDR (see infographic).  With so many features and updates, you can’t lose!

To end on a positive note, with the help from our booth visitors we donated to our partner, Helping Rhinos, with each scanned badge.  And last but not least, we uncovered some very interesting statistics with our 2022 State of Cybersecurity Automation Adoption research report. We wish you a happy holiday!



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