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In 2020, Extended Detection and Response (XDR) solutions started being touted as the number one trend CISOs should understand to increase detection accuracy and improve security operations efficiency and productivity.
ThreatQuotient Advances Industry Threat Intelligence Sharing With Stronger Data Curation Capabilities
ThreatQ Data Exchange provides the ability to granularly define data collections for sharing, and easily connect and monitor a network of external systems with which to share data.
For many years, security professionals have talked about the OODA loop. Devised by Colonel John Boyd, it describes a decision-making cycle that fighter pilots apply in dog fights, and when mastered, allows them to outwit adversaries.
Extended Detection and Response (XDR) is the latest buzz word in the security industry and, as with any new technology development, in the early days there is a lot of confusion.
Recent Award Wins Highlight Innovative Threat Intelligence and Security Investigation Capabilities, Women in Cybersecurity Leadership.
For years, nation-states have targeted private organizations of all sizes as part of their standard operating procedure. Most major corporations realize this.
ThreatQuotient and Cyjax Join Forces to Provide Enterprises with Industry-Leading Cyber Threat Intelligence
ThreatQuotient expands partnerships to empower businesses to proactively mitigate escalating cyber threats.
I’ve written a lot about the challenges their Security Operations Centers (SOCs) face with respect to data, systems and people as they transform to become detection and response organizations.
Leader in security operations solutions continues industry-first innovations with a new platform capability to streamline and simplify automation and orchestration
As Security Operations Centers (SOCs) mature and transition to become detection and response organizations.