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ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator grows
Bringing ease of use to IT security automation is the latest version of ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator from security operations platform innovator, ThreatQuotient (www.threatq.com) includes enhanced automation, analysis, and reporting capabilities that accelerate threat detection and response across disparate systems.
Built on the ThreatQ Platform, the latest version of ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator prioritizes automation on the most important events/alerts with context from threat intelligence and other internal and external sources, and a feedback loop capturing results to improve the automation flow over time.
In addition, playbooks are easier to maintain as a result of Smart Collections which are used to abstract automation logic. Atomic Automation allows for immediate action when a complex response is not needed; and Automation Packs for vulnerability prioritisation, indicator enrichment, XDR, and more use cases coming soon, help users get started with common use cases quickly.
With less training being needed up front as a result of a no-code user interface which also delivers a lower total cost of ownership over time, there is no need for users to rely less on their organization’s technical resources which can be a bottleneck (for example, waiting for internal developers to work through their backlog and write the playbook automations requested).
“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,” says Leon Ward, Vice President of Product Management at ThreatQuotient.
“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.”
To support organizations with security automation solutions that are easier to use, cheaper than traditional automation tools and learn over time, ThreatQuotient has prioritized the development of ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator to enable more efficient and effective operations that can be directly measured by time savings and FTEs gained, improved risk management, and greater confidence when detecting and responding to an event.