ThreatQuotient announced a new version of ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator, which is known to be the industry’s first solution for a simplified, data-driven approach to security operations. The expanded automation, analysis, and reporting capabilities of ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator speed up threat detection and response across several platforms. 

Leon Ward, Vice President of Product Management at ThreatQuotient stated that “Leveraging automation to do the heavy lifting and cut through the noise is vital to helping cybersecurity teams thrive under pressure. ThreatQuotient continues to innovate in a way that drives meaningful operational benefits to customers. Many process-based SOAR platforms are designed such that only security engineers and analysts have the skills necessary to use them directly; making these traditional platforms hard to implement and maintain which drives higher costs over time. This ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator release reinforces the need for no-code solutions that empower operators to adapt to dynamic threat landscapes faster and focus their energy on security operations workflows that provide critical business context.” 

ThreatQuotient’s most recent study, whose complete release is scheduled for later in 2022, reveals indications that security automation adoption is progressing as 98% of businesses increase their budgets in this area. The study also shows that firms are more confident in automation itself, with over 88% of businesses expressing some level of confidence in the results of automation, up from only 59% the year before. However, 98% of respondents claim that implementation issues plagued them. ThreatQuotient has prioritized the development of ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator to enable more effective operations that can be directly measured by time savings and FTEs gained, improved risk management, and easier-to-use security automation solutions that are less expensive than traditional automation tools and learn over time. 

The latest version of ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator provides the following benefits: 

  1. Prioritize automation on the most important events/alerts 
  1. Playbooks are easier to maintain  
  1. Less training is required upfront