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Revealed at MPOWER Cybersecurity Summit, McAfee’s annual user conference, in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2019, ThreatQuotient was selected by the SIA partner team for demonstrated commitment to customers and technical efficiency.
ThreatQuotient, a pioneer in the market of security operations platforms, and CIX-A, France’s leading ISAC, have joined forces to support CISOs in their day-to-day operations, focusing on 4 top priorities: threat status monitoring, data and information systems protection, anticipation, and mitigation.
“Incident pruning” may not be a term you’re familiar with, but it is an important process that helps keep investigations from becoming unwieldy and unproductive because of too much data or too many possibilities to pursue.
ThreatQuotient aims to bring awareness to rhino conservation efforts and to raise money for initiatives that will ensure protection of the endangered species. The rhino has been a symbol of strength and steadiness for ThreatQuotient since it was selected as the official mascot in 2013.
Whether investigating an event, engaged in threat hunting or responding to an incident, we search for threads to pull that will lead us to what is happening or has occurred. The process starts with a trigger – an alert or report.
The primary function of Information Sharing and Analysis Centers, or ISACs, as stated in their charters, is to reduce risk in member organizations through improvements to prevention, detection, and response.
Use cases began as a vital tool to ensure companies build products their customers need and can use. Now, they are vital to helping you focus on solutions that will deliver what you need to optimize your security operations.
ThreatQuotient™, a leading security operations platform innovator, today announced new partnerships with global distributors Ectacom, Nihon Cornet and StarLink.
Security analysts struggle to make sense of too much data. Most organizations have more internal system data than they know what to do with from multiple sources.
We can make the Security Operations Center (SOC) a powerhouse by tearing down walls between the various security groups in an organization.