Would You Like An Award To Go With That Award?POSTED BY JOHN CZUPAK
I’m pleased to announce that ThreatQuotient was named a Northern Virginia Technology Council, 2019 NVTC Tech 100 company of the year. It’s humbling yet satisfying to be included among some of the most groundbreaking and innovative companies in the Greater Washington technology community. In addition, I was included as one of NVTC’s Top Executives for 2019. I see this personal recognition as a reflection of the great team I’m surrounded by, and am honored to accept the award on their behalf.
On reflection, these latest awards are really a culmination of the broader momentum we’re seeing at ThreatQuotient. We chose a path of solving very complex problems that result in severe inefficiencies in security operations. While never easy, we strongly believe we’re doing important work and are making worthwhile contributions to our community and industry. This belief has been backed up by record performance, continued company and product expansion and recognition such as the 2019 NVTC 100 awards.
When asked what is special about ThreatQuotient, I always start with The Team. As a side note, many know that our mascot is the rhino, a recognizable animal known for its strength and stability. A group of rhinos is called a “Crash”, and we refer to the ThreatQuotient team as the Crash. Our success is a testament, not only to the great work and commitment of the Crash, but to the valued relationships we’ve built with our partners and customers. Our foundation is strong and our future bright!
I started this note as a way of communicating the latest awards we received, but will end on a more personal note. The holiday season is upon us, and I am sure many will be consumed with the accompanying hustle and bustle that comes with it. On behalf of the entire Crash at ThreatQuotient, I’d like to take a brief pause and thank everyone who has been a part of a breakout year for ThreatQuotient. More importantly, I offer a heart-felt best wishes for a safe and prosperous year end for all.