Provider of security operations solutions stands out for excellent workplace culture that has contributed to industry recognition for the company
ThreatQuotient™, a leading security operations platform innovator, is pleased to be included as one of the Washington Post’s 2022 Top Workplaces in the Greater Washington D.C. area. The competitive list features organizations that are leaders in company satisfaction and engagement, which are selected based on employee feedback gathered through an anonymous third-party survey that measures several aspects of workplace culture such as alignment, execution, and connection.
“ThreatQuotient’s company culture is driven by four core values – respect for employees, respect for customers, respect for shareholders and assumption of goodwill. We live and breathe this approach every single day in order to fulfill our mission of empowering security teams to respond to cyber threats through innovation and precision,” said John Czupak, President and CEO, ThreatQuotient. “I am proud to work alongside this team, and to have witnessed ThreatQuotient grow into much more than just a place to work. Thank you to the Washington Post for this recognition, and congratulations to the many other companies we join on this list that have prioritized building a positive workplace culture for their employees.”
Over the last 12 months, a cornerstone of ThreatQuotient’s culture has been a “Well Being Friday” policy, where employees are encouraged by the management team to log off by 1pm on Fridays and decide how they want to spend that time as a way to support a healthy work/life balance. ThreatQuotient also runs two employee-nominated award programs. One is given out on a daily basis for employees to recognize each other for their hard work. The other program is awarded on a quarterly basis to recognize team members who go above and beyond in their role to make things happen without expecting anything in return. Linking together all aspects of the company’s culture is ThreatQuotient’s rhino mascot, which serves as a rallying point for the team and is used in creative ways to connect an increasingly remote working environment and even an opportunity to give back through their charity partner, Helping Rhinos.
The dedication of ThreatQuotient’s team has also resulted in additional industry award wins for the company’s cybersecurity products in Q2, including recognition for overall innovation, leadership in XDR, and expertise in the channel.
As a multi-category winner in the 2022 Cyber Defense Magazine Global Infosec Awards, ThreatQuotient was recognized as the Publisher’s Choice winner for Extended Detection and Response (XDR), Hot Company for Security Investigation Platform, and Publisher’s Choice for Threat Intelligence. The company was also featured on two top 100 lists: Expert Insights’ Top 100 Most Innovative Cybersecurity Companies of 2022, and the 2022 CyberTech 100 List. Finally, ThreatQuotient’s manager of business development, Alison Adkins, was included on CRN’s 2022 Women of the Channel list for the second year in a row.
Leon Ward, Vice President, Product Management, added, “I thank every ThreatQuotient employee for their commitment day in and day out, which is further highlighted by recent awards earned for the impact of ThreatQuotient’s security products and solutions. Our team’s passion and eagerness to collaborate has significantly contributed to ThreatQuotient’s success in bringing new innovations to market and consistently meeting the needs of our customers looking to better protect their organizations by solving critical security operations challenges.”
For more information about ThreatQuotient’s award winning team and solutions, please visit www.threatquotient.com.