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ThreatQuotient Continues To Expand Global Footprint

Committed to being a 100% channel company, ThreatQuotient’s vendor agnostic approach enables strategic partnerships that provide industry-leading threat intelligence platform offerings

ThreatQuotient, a threat intelligence platform provider, has announced that its newly launched Threat Alliance Program (TAP) continues to grow and gain strategic partners around the globe. Led by channel veteran, Faraz Siraj, TAP is uniquely designed to work with all types of partners from Resellers and Strategic Vendors to Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP’s) and Value-added Resellers (VAR’s). The program has seen significant growth within North America, Europe and the Middle East.

“The threat intelligence space is teeming with excitement and eager vendors to deliver on its promise,” stated Faraz Siraj, Director of Channels, ThreatQuotient. “We have created TAP to harness that enthusiasm and focus on a multivendor approach that puts the concerns of the customer first. Partners are recognising the need for a more collaborative approach to addressing customers’ needs as no one company can do it all. Our approach is resonating well within the global security community and we are seeing tremendous growth among TAP enrollments.”

Embracing a 100% focus on the channel while maintaining a vendor agnostic approach, TAP is a multi-tiered channel partner program committed to the success of various types of partners by providing them with flexible levels of investment based on their unique business goals and growth strategies. With competitive margins, deal registration protection, NFR programs, training and certification, TAP partners have the tools necessary to meet and exceed sales goals.

“We are delighted to join ThreatQuotient’s Threat Alliance Program,” said Oseloka Obiora, Managing Director, Riversafe (a United Kingdom TAP Partner). “Riversafe specialises in delivering complex, large scale network security and SIEM projects to enterprise organisations, and ThreatQ is a welcome extension of our solution portfolio. We like partner programs that reward our technical expertise and promote active engagement through opportunity registration.”

TAP provides partners with a deep understanding of and access to ThreatQuotient’s Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP), ThreatQ, allowing them to address their customers’ unique threat intelligence needs today and in the future. ThreatQ is the only TIP that centrally manages and correlates unlimited external sources with all internal security and analytics solutions for contextual, operationalised intelligence in a single view. As a result, ThreatQ enables threat intelligence teams to return their focus to analysis, and improve their security operations by reducing the amount of effort traditionally exerted into combining data sources. Additionally, ThreatQ is the first TIP to provide Indicator Nurturing, which goes beyond enrichment to help customers tailor indicators of compromise (IOCs) more specifically to their infrastructure.

Stephan Berner, Managing Director, HelpAG (Middle East TAP Partner), added, “HelpAG is a leading cyber security services, solutions and consultancy provider in the Middle East. As the region’s trusted security advisor, we select best-of-breed solutions for our cyber security portfolio and are excited to add Threat Quotient’s threat intelligence platform. Furthermore, ThreatQuotient’s partner program provides a great business framework for us to work with. It is very straightforward and allows us to differentiate from our competition through our security expertise and value-add.”