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ThreatQuotient delivers an open and extensible threat intelligence platform (TIP) to provide public sector and government security teams with the context, customization and collaboration needed for increased security effectiveness and efficient threat operations and management. With ThreatQ, customers can get more out of existing security resources, both people and infrastructure.


  • ThreatQ: ThreatQ is an open and extensible threat intelligence platform that accelerates security operations through streamlined threat operations and management. The integrated, self-tuning Threat Library™, Adaptive Workbench™ and Open Exchange™ allow you to quickly understand threats, make better decisions and accelerate detection and response.
  • ThreatQ Investigations: ThreatQ Investigations, the industry’s first cybersecurity situation room, is designed for collaborative threat analysis, shared understanding and coordinated response. Built on top of the ThreatQ threat intelligence platform, it allows for the capturing, learning and sharing of knowledge. It is a single visual representation of the complete investigation at hand, who did what and when, based on a shared understanding of all components of the investigation - threat data, evidence and users.


Product Brief

Strengthen your security posture with a threat intelligence platform designed to enable threat operations and management and arm your analysts with the intelligence, controls and automation required to protect your business, employees and customers.

Introducing the industry’s first cybersecurity situation room designed for collaborative threat analysis, shared understanding, and coordinated response.


ThreatQ™ is the only threat intelligence platform specifically designed to be customized to meet the requirements of your unique environment. Our Open Exchange includes a software development kit (SDK), easy-to-use application programming interfaces (APIs) and a comprehensive set of industry-stand...


ThreatQ's videos and podcasts cover topics including collaborative threat analysis, the spread of Magnibur ransomware, threat intelligence data, and much more.


Many organizations are establishing their own threat intelligence operations, building Security Operations Centers (SOCs), incident response (IR) capabilities and threat intelligence teams. In the process they acquire multiple data feeds, from commercial sources, open source, industry and their exis...

Security operations teams are expanding their role within the enterprise enclave and wrangling cyber intelligence as a top initiative for survival. Teams are finding their stride, maximizing the benefits of intelligence as ThreatQ plays a cornerstone role to help augment their success.

At ThreatQuotient, we increasingly receive requests from our customers and prospects to assist with the use of threat intelligence in air-gapped environments, where the network requires complete separation from external internet and network connections.