Come See ThreatQuotient Next Week at SANS THIR

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Come See ThreatQuotient Next Week at SANS THIR


If you’ll be in New Orleans next week, take some time and stop by SANS Threat Hunting and Incident Response Summit.

This summit will focus specifically on hunting and response techniques and capabilities that can be used to identify, contain and eliminate adversaries targeting your network.  Chances are very high that these adversaries are already hidden deep within your organization’s network, so without the right tools in place, stakes can be high.

Take some time to swing by the exhibitor’s hall to visit our booth to hear how ThreatQ, our Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP), can help your security team collaborate together efficiently and accelerate detection and response to threats against your network.

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