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We are thrilled to announce new partnerships with global distributors @ectacom, Nihon Cornet and @StarLinkVAD to broaden the reach of our #SecurityOperations Solutions. Read all about it: https://t.co/tgs3UxE7A3#threatintelligence #cybersecurity pic.twitter.com/9g3ltn5ge2
— ThreatQuotient (@ThreatQuotient) July 31, 2019
The Reston,Va.–based cybersecurity company that structures intelligence data is partnering with global distributors Ectacom, Nihon Cornet and StarLink to expand the reach of their security operations platforms in the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Japan and China. This expansion comes a little over a year after ThreatQuotient expanded into Central Europe and Australia.
“We are very proud to continue our global expansion through new distributor agreements with Ectacom, Nihon Cornet and StarLink,” Haig Colter, director of alliances at ThreatQuotient, said in a statement. “We continue to innovate and provide our partners with the tools they need – reliable products and programs – to meet and exceed their sales goals. ThreatQuotient is eager to continue growing and meeting international demand for security operations solutions.”
Founded in 2013, the prominent D.C.-area cybersecurity company has a portfolio of threat intelligence products to help its partners reduce the risk of cyber incidents and learn how to handle them more efficiently. With these expansions, ThreatQuotient also expanded its UK office and doubled the size of its offices in Virginia and Maryland, the press release states.
“Security incidents will only continue to rise, and attackers will use the overload of alerts against enterprises they wish to target,” Nidal Othman, cofounder and managing director of StarLink, said in the press release. It is a pleasure to partner with ThreatQuotient and bring their market-leading capabilities to more organizations across the globe.”
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