NewsPRESS RELEASES, MEDIA COVERAGE AND LATEST UPDATES FROM THREATQUOTIENT
ThreatQuotient Introduces First Threat Intelligence Platform to Answer Industry Demand for More Fine-Tuned Controls and Streamlined Threat Operations
Launch of ThreatQ 3.0, new Partner Integration Program and Professional Services Surpasses Existing Solutions with Customer-Defined Prioritization, Intelligent Automation, Expanded Interoperability and Robust Threat Operation Services
ThreatQuotient and Vandis Partner to Customize Threat Intelligence for Accelerated Detection and Response
Partnership provides customers with best-in-class threat operations and management, better understanding of how attackers see their networks
Sopra Steria chooses ThreatQuotient for real-time intelligence organisation and management strategy.
Numerous executives from Sourcefire, which grew up in Columbia, Md., before being acquired by Cisco for $2.7 billion, have started new companies in the past five years
Actionable Threat Intelligence Enables a Proactive Approach to Cybersecurity, with Connectivity to the Entire Security Footprint
Companies should reexamine their architecture in order to simplify their security.
As we all come to use and rely increasingly on technology, the role of the human will remain critical. Humans are both the problem and the solution…
Every year around this time those in the industry look to predict what will happen in security over the next twelve months. Predictions can be hit and miss, with some failing spectacularly making far-fetched or grandiose statements that never have any chance of becoming reality, although they are funny to look back on.
Humans will keep making security decisions, but also orchestrate attacks.
As the year draws to a close we’re looking back at all that has happened in #dctech — this post is part of our 2016 year in review series. See the full list here.