Company recognised as a transparent and reliable vendor that supports security operations aligned with XDR’s vision
London, UK – 26th August 2021 – ThreatQuotient™, a leading security operations platform innovator, today announced that Frost & Sullivan has presented ThreatQuotient with the 2021 Best Practices Competitive Strategy Leadership Award for excelling in Extended Detection and Response (XDR). Frost & Sullivan strictly reserves this recognition for companies at the forefront of innovation and growth in their respective industries and believes that ThreatQuotient will emerge as a transparent and reliable vendor that supports security operations aligned with XDR’s vision.
ThreatQuotient’s security operations platform, ThreatQ, takes a data-driven approach to simplifying detection and response through high fidelity data management capabilities and near-endless integration options and capabilities. ThreatQ’s open integration architecture empowers customers to embrace XDR by fusing together disparate data sources, systems and teams through its innovative DataLinq Engine™. This adaptive engine imports and correlates external and internal data; curates and analyses data for decision making and action; and exports a prioritised data flow across the infrastructure for accelerated detection and response.
“ThreatQuotient is proud to be recognised by Frost & Sullivan as a leader in the XDR market,” said John Czupak, President and CEO, ThreatQuotient. “XDR is generating a tremendous deal of interest from security operations professionals and is becoming one of the most discussed topics in the cybersecurity industry. We approach XDR differently, as a destination towards which the market is evolving, not necessarily as a silver bullet solution. ThreatQuotient’s platform supports a wide range of use cases, from threat detection, investigation and response, making security operations more efficient and effective.”
Frost & Sullivan’s extensive and ongoing analysis on the XDR space, coupled with stringent award criteria, identified ThreatQuotient as a leading vendor-agnostic solution that aggregates data from a wide range of security controls (e.g., endpoint, cloud, network), enabling security teams to detect, investigate, and respond to threats in a faster and more holistic manner. ThreatQuotient earned the 2021 Frost & Sullivan Global Competitive Strategy Leadership Award in XDR for strong overall performance in all categories: strategy effectiveness and execution, competitive differentiation, executive team alignment, stakeholder integration, price and performance value, customer purchase and ownership experience, and customer service experience.
Mikita Hanets, Frost & Sullivan industry analyst, added, “In contrast to most early XDR offerings, the ThreatQ Platform enables security operations teams to ingest data from a wide array of security controls, whether they are from a single vendor or multiple providers. The company has an extensive list of out-of-the-box integrations that allow ThreatQuotient’s customers to start benefiting from those partnerships in a matter of minutes.”
According to the Frost & Sullivan award write-up, ThreatQuotient’s security operations platform already outperforms most early XDR offerings by enabling the correlation of threat data, integrating with a wide range of third-party solutions, and taking a data-driven approach to automation. Positioned as a company that will power the industry evolution towards the XDR vision, this recognition comes on the heels of two major product updates announced in 2021: ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator and ThreatQ Data Exchange. For more information on the ThreatQ Marketplace, please visit marketplace.threatq.com.
For more information about ThreatQuotient’s award-winning solutions, please visit www.threatq.com.
ThreatQuotient improves security operations by fusing together disparate data sources, tools and teams to accelerate threat detection and response. ThreatQuotient’s data-driven security operations platform helps teams prioritise, automate and collaborate on security incidents; enables more focused decision making; and maximises limited resources by integrating existing processes and technologies into a unified workspace. The result is reduced noise, clear priority threats, and the ability to automate processes with high fidelity data. ThreatQuotient’s industry-leading data management, orchestration and automation capabilities support multiple use cases including incident response, threat hunting, spear phishing, alert triage and vulnerability prioritisation, and can also serve as a threat intelligence platform. ThreatQuotient is headquartered in Northern Virginia with international operations based out of Europe and APAC. For more information, visit www.threatquotient.com.
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