ThreatQ, a Threat Intelligence Platform, Named One of the 16 Most Innovative Technologies of 2016

RESTON, VA – September 20, 2016 – ThreatQuotient™, a leading provider of enterprise-class threat intelligence platforms, today announced that ThreatQuotient has been recognized as one of the 16 most innovative cybersecurity technologies of 2016 by the Security Innovation Network (SINET). Now in its eighth year, the annual SINET 16 competition included leading companies from nine different countries and 82 companies. During the SINET Showcase on November 2-3, 2016, in Washington D.C., each of the SINET 16 Innovators will present on how their technology represents innovative and cutting-edge solutions to address cybersecurity vulnerabilities and threats. ThreatQuotient’s CEO John Czupak will be on hand to explain ThreatQ’s strengths as a leading threat intelligence platform (TIP) and outline its unique advantages over competitors.

“The designation of SINET 16 Innovator is a coveted title for emerging technology companies, and ThreatQuotient is proud to receive this recognition among a global community of incredibly innovative competition,” said Czupak. “Our team believes that the foundation of intelligence-driven security is people, and we will continue to seek new ways to improve our threat intelligence platform to help analysts leverage their threat data in the best way possible.”

ThreatQuotient has built ThreatQ, an open and extensible TIP to enable analysts and defenders to be more effective and efficient. ThreatQ provides the context, customization and collaboration required to transform threat data into threat intelligence, while giving analysts control over the process. With ThreatQ, analysts leverage a threat library, an adaptive workbench and an open API exchange to provide threat intelligence that is more timely, accurate and relevant to their business.

“I am proud and excited to recognize ThreatQuotient as one of this year’s SINET 16 Innovators,” said Robert Rodriguez, Chairman and Founder of SINET. “Of our four programs each year, Silicon Valley, New York City, Washington DC and London, the Showcase is my favorite as it has a clear deliverable in our mission to advance innovation in the cybersecurity domain.”

The 2016 SINET 16 applications were made up of competitive early stage and emerging technologies. Each entry was evaluated in a two-stage process by the SINET Showcase Steering Committee, which was comprised of 100 cybersecurity professionals, including CISOs from leading organizations worldwide, experts in government intelligence and defense agencies, distinguished venture capital firms specializing in security, security entrepreneurs and security experts from academia. Recognized by SINET for its innovative approach to enabling analysts to accelerate the transformation of threat data into threat intelligence, ThreatQ is a turnkey integration that can harness and take advantage of information as quickly as possible.

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SINET is a “super connector.” We provide a series of platforms for the business of cybersecurity to take place within the global ecosystem of the entrepreneur including venture capital, investment banking, system integration, academia, science, legal, policy, and industry as well as Government intelligence, military and civilian departments and agencies.

Our programs consistently attract the highest level of international industry and government executives. SINET is well known for its coveted and unparalleled networking opportunities. SINET programs are supported by Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate.

Learn more at Connect with us on Twitter at @SINETconnection. Follow the conversation about SINET 16 at #SINET16 and this year’s SINET Showcase at #SINETDC.

About ThreatQuotient
ThreatQuotient provides ThreatQ, the only threat intelligence platform that centrally manages and correlates unlimited external sources with all internal analytics solutions for contextual, operationalized intelligence in a single pane of glass. ThreatQ is also the first TIP to provide Indicator Nurturing, which goes beyond enrichment to help customers tailor indicators of compromise (IOCs) more specifically to their infrastructure. For more information, please visit

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