ThreatQuotient Promotes Executives, Showcases Leadership

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ThreatQuotient has announced the advancements of two key team members: Cyrille Badeau was promoted to Vice President of International Sales, and Yann Le Borgne was promoted to Vice President of International Threat Intelligence Engineering. Additionally, in early 2022 the company was named the winner of multiple industry award programs, showcasing ThreatQuotient’s leadership in security operations and the impact of the company’s platform across multiple use cases.

 

“We have been working towards our mission to make security operations more efficient and effective in everything we do – from fostering a culture of teamwork and innovation, to providing customers with the best service, experience and technology solutions available to solve their unique operational needs,” said John Czupak, President and CEO. “The growth and success of our individual team members is critical to the growth of our company. I am incredibly proud of the contributions Cyrille and Yann have made at ThreatQuotient, and their hand in the company’s ability to earn industry awards for our products. I look forward to continued growth in 2022.”

 

ThreatQuotient works with organisations around the world, and the company’s executive leadership team is dedicated to serving local regions with a boots on the ground approach. Badeau is responsible for steering ThreatQuotient’s go to market strategy throughout Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific, leading all aspects of international sales and business development with a focus on building long term customer and partner relationships and loyalty. Le Borgne works closely with regional teams to drive international pre-sales efforts. In this role, he is responsible for engaging with customers and providing technical oversight to ensure that prospects, customers and current partners achieve success with the ThreatQ platform.

 

Over the company’s last fiscal year, ThreatQuotient has signed a record number of new customers and doubled their global footprint with customers in 12 new countries.

 

There are several barriers preventing organisations from maximising the benefit of automation, such as budget, prioritisation issues, talent gaps, technology, trust concerns and more. The ThreatQ Platform and its latest automated capabilities empower teams to work faster and more thoroughly when defending against evolving threats. ThreatQuotient recently announced v5 of the ThreatQ Platform, launching capabilities needed today to support the security operations center (SOC) of the future, where data is the foundation. ThreatQ’s newest features include the unique DataLinq Engine to automatically connect disparate systems and sources for extended detection and response and Smart Collections to automatically categorise and filter data for management and action.

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