Many CISOs I speak with are growing weary of searching for the next “silver bullet” security technology or another threat feed to improve their security posture. Clearly, this approach hasn’t worked. As analysts continue to get inundated with alerts, not to mention calls from management every time a global cyberattack is in the news, CISOs are looking for ways to make better use of the investments they’ve already made in people and technology. This is where collaboration comes in. Collaboration holds the key to improved time to detection and response, so teams can better address the concerns that permeate the organization when a large-scale attack happens as well as improve how they handle the daily stream of threats that don’t make the headlines.
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ThreatQuotient™ understands that the foundation of intelligence-driven security is people. The company’s open and extensible threat intelligence platform, ThreatQ™, empowers security teams with the context, customization and prioritization needed to make better decisions, accelerate detection and response and advance team collaboration.