ThreatQuotient, situated in Reston, Virginia, is a security-based operation company that recently announced that it had raised $22.5M in financing, including debt financing and equity financing. The investment backers included Adams Street Partners, New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Escalate Capital, Cisco Investments and Gaingels and Blu Ventures. threatquotient 13m 60m wiggersventurebeat. They took into consideration the company’s momentum in the year 2020. Preferably, they paid more attention to their revenue growth and record bookings. ThreatQuotient intends to make good use of this financing to boost the execution of the latest innovations that they are currently developing.
This company is led by its CEO and President, John Czupak. They mainly function as a security-based operations platform that simplifies and accelerates collaboration and investigations across and within the tools and teams. They also focus on integrating the existing processes of the company and also its technologies into a united workspace. Moreover, their solutions also help reduce noise while highlighting their main priority, which includes automating processes and threats in providing decision support and focus while increasing their limited resources.
This company also ensures to follow a threat-centric strategy to support various use cases such as threat hunting, incident response, spear phishing, vulnerability management and alert triage. In fact, it also serves as one of the greatest threat intelligence forums.
ThreatQuotient, with its headquarters in Northern Virginia, has extended its operations internationally in various parts of APAC and Europe. Therefore, they serve various companies globally, including major retail, Fortune 100/500 and healthcare, hospitality, finance, defense and technology customers all over the world.
Additionally, this company was recognized as one of the best McAfee Partners for the second consecutive year and listed itself in the 2021 CRN Partner Program Guide.
ThreatQuotient is best known for giving incident responders, and SOC analysts unmatched visibility, flexibility, of the incident responders and complete control over the company’s unique threats and alerts which they cannot get from the other security-based operations platforms.