ThreatQuotient wins Frost & Sullivan’s best practices competitive strategy leadership award for XDR

John Czupak, President and Chief Executive Officer, ThreatQuotient

ThreatQuotient, a leading security operations platform innovator, 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.

Why is the ThreatQuotient platform unique?

ThreatQ’s platform, takes a data-driven approach to simplify detection and response through high fidelity data management capabilities, 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.

ThreatQ’s platform 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 extended detection and response (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.”

“ThreatQuotient approaches XDR differently compared to competitors, 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.”

ThreatQuotient recognised by Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan’s analysis on the XDR space and award criteria identified ThreatQuotient as a leading vendor-agnostic solution that aggregates data from a range of security controls for teams to detect, investigate and respond to threats in a more holistic manner.

ThreatQuotient earned the 2021 Frost & Sullivan Global Competitive Strategy Leadership Award in XDR for strong overall performance in all the participating 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-ofthe-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 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.

These are ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator and ThreatQ Data Exchange.