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External factors, including security tools shifting to the cloud, the rise of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solutions, and the cybersecurity talent shortage, are presenting challenges for security operations centers (SOCs).
we’ve shifted our focus to include detection and response, and some people talk about using Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) tools, specifically playbooks, to accelerate response and mitigate risk.
ThreatQ Adds Support for Mobile and PRE-ATT&CK in Response to Rapid Customer Adoption
ThreatQuotient’s Gigi Schumm to Receive Institute for Excellence in Sales (IES) Women in Sales Executive Leadership Award on May 31
The Institute for Excellence in Sales (IES) is proud to present Gigi Schumm, SVP of Worldwide Sales, ThreatQuotient, Inc., with the Third Annual Women in Sales Executive Leadership Award.
The term cybersecurity is pretty broad, and it’s often used in sensational and scary ways. Each type of business and industry face their own unique threats, but I view cybersecurity as the protection of electronic data and the means through which it is transferred.
Tech Target Peter Loshin April 16, 2019 The Mitre ATT&CK cybersecurity framework -- a knowledge base of the tactics and techniques used by attackers -- continues to gain ground as vendors, enterprises and security service providers adopt and adapt the framework to...
When security operations are based on a foundation that includes focusing on the threats that are high priority and knowing your strengths and weaknesses, the odds are in your favor.
ThreatQuotient Director of Alliances Named a 2019 CRN Channel Chief for Continued Development of Partnership Ecosystem
Expanded Technical Integrations, New International Partners, and Innovations that Make it Easier to do Business with ThreatQuotient, Earn Haig Colter Second Spot on CRN List.
Proactive threat hunting has become such an important aspect of effective security operations that it is now one of the top three areas of improvement in Incident Response (IR) that organizations plan to make this year.
Effectively managing threat intelligence requires many different people and entities to play nicely, so to speak. This is a lot harder to do than one might imagine.