ThreatQuotient advances more curated industry threat intelligence

David Krasik Director of Product Management ThreatQuotientThreatQuotient advances industry threat intelligence sharing with stronger data curation capabilities

ThreatQuotient, a leading security operations platform innovator, is addressing an industry need for more curated and data-driven threat intelligence with the availability of ThreatQ Data Exchange. ThreatQ Data Exchange makes it simple to set up bidirectional sharing of any and all intelligence data within the ThreatQ platform and scale sharing across multiple teams and organizations of all sizes.

ThreatQ Data Exchange provides the ability to granularly define data collections for sharing, and easily connect and monitor a network of external systems to share data with. Data collections are built using the existing Threat Library user interface and allow users to define the groupings of data they want to share, and can incorporate any data available in the 

“An analyst’s ability to efficiently share focused, curated threat intelligence has a significant impact on the success of their organization’s overall security operations. ThreatQ Data Exchange is a powerful new component of the ThreatQ platform and is critical for achieving more control over the collection and dissemination of threat data,” said David Krasik, director of product management, ThreatQuotient. 

DOD is leveraging the ThreatQ platform to support the warfighter in tackling the vast amounts of data they have access to, understanding relevance and priority, and effectively and efficiently taking action. With ThreatQ Data Exchange, those services can share curated, vetted threat intelligence with their peers across the DOD.

ThreatQ Data Exchange is now available for users of the ThreatQ platform. 

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