Jonathan Couch to present best practices for intelligence-driven security operations programs at NATO’s annual cyber security conference
RESTON, VA – September 1, 2016 – ThreatQuotient™, a leading provider of enterprise-class threat intelligence platforms, today announced it will be exhibiting and speaking at NIAS 2016, NATO’s annual cyber security conference. The conference, being held in Mons, Belgium September 7-8, 2016, will bring together over 1,000 cyber security professionals and decision-makers to discuss NATO’s future requirements for cyber defense and Industry trends.
The event will showcase the latest innovations in cyber security and provide businesses with critical insight and practical case studies through sessions, exhibits and workshops. As an Alliance, NATO’s core mission is to safeguard the freedom and security of its members, and NIAS’16 will broach how NATO can increase its resilience in the face of ever more sophisticated attacks.
ThreatQuotient’s vice president of strategy, Jonathan Couch, will provide attendees with a presentation on “Cyber Threat Intelligence: From Feeds to Action” on September 8th at 12:25-12:45pm; followed by an hour long workshop from 2:00-3:00pm. The workshop will explore best practices for intelligence-driven security operations programs and how they can become proactive, anticipatory and adaptive. ThreatQuotient staff will also be on hand at the booth throughout the conference for in-person demonstrations regarding the company’s cutting edge work in converting incoming threat data into actionable intelligence. For more information on Couch’s presentation/workshop or to register for the event, please visit: http://www.nias2016.com/index.html.
ThreatQuotient believes that the foundation of intelligence-driven security is people and has built ThreatQ, an open and extensible threat intelligence platform (TIP) to enable analysts and defenders to be more effective and efficient. ThreatQ provides the context, customization and collaboration required to accelerate the transformation of 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.
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. https://www.threatq.com.