STERLING, Va., Aug. 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ThreatQuotient, a threat intelligence platform provider, today announced the general availability of ThreatQ. ThreatQ is the only Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) that centrally manages and correlates unlimited threat data from external sources with internal security and analytics solutions for contextual, operationalized intelligence within a single pane of glass. ThreatQuotient is also introducing Indicator Nurturing, unique to ThreatQ, which goes beyond enrichment to help customers tailor indicators of compromise (IOCs) more specifically to their infrastructure.
"While new innovations have been introduced to the TIP market over the past few years, many threat intelligence and SOC analysts are still burning significant staffing resources to establish, manage and gather insights that truly improve their network protection," said Wayne Chiang, CEO and co-founder, ThreatQuotient. "Without a true "single pane of glass" view for these practitioners, TIPs cannot empower security teams to operationalize their intelligence allowing a quicker more informed protection, mitigation and remediation decisions."
With ThreatQ, enterprises can finally improve their threat intelligence and security operations through an on-premise, vendor-agnostic platform that can import commercial, open source, and private or industry threat intelligence. ThreatQ provides a seamless integration with existing security solutions to enrich and nurture indicators, and turn multiple data sources into operationalized intelligence.
ThreatQ's General Availability will offer customers several unique benefits, including:
- Indicator Nurturing – ThreatQ goes beyond enrichment and actually nurtures indicators to help customers tailor indicators of compromise (IOCs) more specifically to their infrastructure. It also automates workflows to minimize the time to deploy IOCs into protection solutions.
- Extensible Intelligence Platform – ThreatQ is truly extensible, empowering customers to build their own integrations based on their organizations' industry, threats and security priorities.
- Flexible Scoring Engine – Customers can use ThreatQ's flexible scoring engine to build their own indicator lifecycles, from scoring to expiration.
- Central Search Engine for Intelligence – The combination of this enriched data and indicators also turns ThreatQ into a centralized, dynamic repository that also acts as a central search engine for all intelligence. Rather than practitioners manually searching through "walls of text" copying and pasting each piece of intelligence into other systems, they can use ThreatQ to research all existing data, and add new data, right from the interface.
- Aggregated Visualization – Rich reporting creates visualizations of this correlated data that align multiple teams to singular outcomes based on verifiable, aggregated intelligence from unlimited sources, regardless of technical level or skill.
"In order for organizations to best secure their infrastructures and have a robust threat intelligence program, their threat intelligence platforms must be scalable, extensible and truly capable of operationalizing both disparate threat intelligence and security system data within a single view," said Ryan Trost, CIO and co-founder, ThreatQuotient. "Every indicator has a powerful story, and 'reading' that story is critical to enriching the indicator. This story should describe tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), what specific threat this poses to an organization, and ultimately helps determine what protection methods are best needed to address them."
ThreatQ is available now and is already in use at many Fortune 500 organizations. For more information, or to request a demo, visit http://www.threatq.com.
ThreatQuotient provides ThreatQ, the only Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) that centrally manages and correlates unlimited external sources with all internal security and 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. Headquartered in Northern Virginia, ThreatQuotient was founded by two former security operations analysts to provide organizations the ability to correlate with confidence. For more information, please visit: https://www.threatq.com/.