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ThreatQuotient is a company that develops a threat intelligence platform. It integrates processes and technologies into a unified workspace, highlights top priority threats, automates processes, and supports multiple use cases, including incident response, threat hunting, spear phishing, alert triage, and vulnerability management. The company caters to critical infrastructure, healthcare, financial services, technology, government, retail, and hospitality markets.
HQReston, VA, US
Employee Ratings4.3

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Employees (est.) (Aug 2021)128(-1%)
Job Openings6
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Key People/Management at ThreatQuotient

John Czupak

John Czupak

President & Chief Executive Officer, Director
Wayne Chiang

Wayne Chiang

Chief Architect and Co-Founder, Director
Tom Ashoff

Tom Ashoff

Senior Vice President, Engineering
Leonard Kurtzman

Leonard Kurtzman

Chief Financial Officer
Marc Solomon

Marc Solomon

Chief Marketing Officer
Jonathan Couch

Jonathan Couch

Senior Vice President, Strategy
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ThreatQuotient Office Locations

ThreatQuotient has offices in Reston and Brentford
Reston, VA, US (HQ)
11400 Commerce Park Dr Suite 200
Brentford, GB
Vantage London, 6th Floor, Great West Rd
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ThreatQuotient Financials and Metrics

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ThreatQuotient total Funding

$77.9 m

ThreatQuotient latest funding size

$22.5 m

Time since last funding

5 months ago

ThreatQuotient investors

ThreatQuotient's latest funding round in April 2021 was reported to be $22.5 m. In total, ThreatQuotient has raised $77.9 m
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ThreatQuotient Operating Metrics

Mar, 2021

Feed and Product Integrations Supported (ThreatQ)


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ThreatQuotient Cybersecurity Score

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ThreatQuotient News and Updates

Threat intelligence platform ThreatQuotient secures $22.5M

ThreatQuotient, a threat intelligence solutions management platform, raised $22.5 million in a mix of equity and debt.

ThreatQuotient and SEKOIA join forces to better anticipate the cyber threat

ThreatQuotient and SEKOIA, the French deeptech specialist in anticipating cyber threats, have announced technological integration, with the availability of the SEKOIA.IO connector on the ThreatQ platform

ThreatQuotient appoints Eutimio Fernandez as new Country Manager for Spain

ThreatQuotient today announced the appointment of Eutimio Fernandez as the company’s new Country Manager for Spa

ThreatQuotient Named McAfee’s Global Security Innovation Alliance Partner Of The Year For Second Consecutive Year

ThreatQuotient announced the company was named McAfee’s 2020 Global Security Innovation Alliance (SIA) Partner of the Year for the second year in a row. ThreatQuotient was selected by the SIA partner team for demonstrated technical innovation, market leadership, and strategic value that complements…

ThreatQuotient Launches Operations in Iberia with New Office in Madrid

ThreatQuotient announced the company’s expansion into Iberia. To complement existing operations in Europe, ThreatQuotient has opened an office in Madrid, Spain, where a local team will support customers in the region beginning January 2021. ThreatQuotient is the first threat intelligence platform (…

SecureSky Announces Partnership with ThreatQuotient

OMAHA, Neb., May 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- SecureSky is pleased to announce its new strategic partnership with ThreatQuotient, headquartered in Northern Virginia, with international operations in Europe and APAC. "Traditional reactive security strategies will not address what is needed to...
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ThreatQuotient Blogs

How Threat Response is Evolving

Here, I’d like to talk about how our approach to response has been impacted and must evolve and expand as well. It is no longer about our antivirus tool detecting a malicious file and quarantining. The post How Threat Response is Evolving appeared first on ThreatQuotient.

SANS Report Reveals Significant Growth in Automation: Maximize Your Investments

Let’s face it, we’ve talked about security automation for years. We’ve grappled with what, when and how to automate. We’ve debated the human vs machine topic. The post SANS Report Reveals Significant Growth in Automation: Maximize Your Investments appeared first on ThreatQuotient.

Leveraging MISP and TheHive When You Create Your CTI Practice

For organizations with limited resources or just beginning to build a SecOps practice, MISP and TheHive are easy-to-use tools to help your teams react to malicious threats. The post Leveraging MISP and TheHive When You Create Your CTI Practice appeared first on ThreatQuotient.

Learn Why Frost & Sullivan Names ThreatQuotient the XDR Competitive Strategy Leader

Extended Detection and Response (XDR) is the latest buzz word in the security industry and garnering significant attention. Industry analysts each have their own definition. The post Learn Why Frost & Sullivan Names ThreatQuotient the XDR Competitive Strategy Leader appeared first on ThreatQuoti…

10 Questions to Navigate the Security Industry’s Marketing Madness

We've all been there. You're walking the exhibit floor of a security industry conference and nearly every vendor is peddling the same "next big thing." The post 10 Questions to Navigate the Security Industry’s Marketing Madness appeared first on ThreatQuotient.

ThreatQuotient Wins Frost & Sullivan’s Best Practices Competitive Strategy Leadership Award for 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. The post Thre…
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ThreatQuotient Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was ThreatQuotient founded?

    ThreatQuotient was founded in 2013.

  • Who are ThreatQuotient key executives?

    ThreatQuotient's key executives are John Czupak, Wayne Chiang and Tom Ashoff.

  • How many employees does ThreatQuotient have?

    ThreatQuotient has 123 employees.

  • Who are ThreatQuotient competitors?

    Competitors of ThreatQuotient include Blueliv, SecureWorks and Recorded Future.

  • Where is ThreatQuotient headquarters?

    ThreatQuotient headquarters is located at 11400 Commerce Park Dr Suite 200, Reston.

  • Where are ThreatQuotient offices?

    ThreatQuotient has offices in Reston and Brentford.

  • How many offices does ThreatQuotient have?

    ThreatQuotient has 2 offices.