We performed a comparison between ThreatConnect Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) and ThreatQ based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Threat Intelligence Platforms solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The most valuable features are ease of use and the ability to customize it."
"ThreatConnect has a highly user-friendly interface."
"It's a solid platform and is stable enough. It is not complicated and is easy to use."
"The reporting services are great. With reporting services, if you have customers that just visit a URL you can see the result - including why it's blocked and how and how the URL was first recognized as malicious."
"Integration is an area that could use some improvement."
"It would be good to have more feeds and more integrated sources for enrichment."
"They should make it a little bit easier to generate events and share them with the community"
"The solution should be simpler for the end-user in terms of reporting and navigating the product."
The ThreatConnect Platform allows security teams to go beyond managing threat intel to operationalizing and making threat intel actionable. The Platform is built on a market-leading threat intelligence platform that includes a modern analytics engine leveraging machine learning, orchestration and automation, case management, and an extensible API along with a marketplace of apps to seamlessly connect tools into the platform.
Threat Intelligence Data Model, Library and Scoring - Native threat intelligence management built into the Platform that ingests dozens of commercial and open source threat feeds, as well as intel shared via STIX and TAXII, then normalizes and scores the intelligence making it ready for action.
Analytics Engine - A key differentiator in the ThreatConnect Platform is our analytics engine – CAL – that leverages machine learning and provides multiple capabilities such as: Community-powered insights on threats and indicators across ThreatConnect users, a “Rosetta Stone” that automatically translates the aliases of threat actor groups used across the threat intel landscape, a series of intelligence feeds that marry our massive dataset with our cutting edge tradecraft and analytics to bring novel datasets that nobody else is talking about, and Report Cards that allow you to track how open source TI feeds are performing in the real world.
Threat Graph - ThreatConnect’s Threat Graph visualization is a game changer that provides an environment where analysts can quickly explore, pivot, and gain insight into the connection between seemingly disparate intelligence and data points to get a comprehensive picture of a threat to the organization.
Low-Code Automation and Workflow - Low-code security automation and workflows are core capabilities of our Platform, enabling CTI and SecOps teams to gain efficiencies, improve consistency, and increase their efficacy by standardizing on specific processes and workflows, and automating repetitive tasks, processes, and playbooks, generating significant ROI for security teams by reducing the manual burden on analysts.
Browser Extension - Allows analysts to instantaneously scan and identify relevant pieces of information from any web-based resource with a simple click of a button. It allows analysts to quickly understand what is currently known about an indicator and to add it to the Threat Library to aid in future analysis and investigation efforts, as well as translate threat actor aliases in real-time.
ThreatQ is a Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) designed to enable threat operations and management. ThreatQ is the only solution with an integrated Threat Library, Adaptive Workbench and Open Exchange that help you to act upon the most relevant threats facing your organization and to get more out of your existing security infrastructure.
ThreatConnect Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) is ranked 10th in Threat Intelligence Platforms with 3 reviews while ThreatQ is ranked 11th in Threat Intelligence Platforms with 1 review. ThreatConnect Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) is rated 8.4, while ThreatQ is rated 7.0. The top reviewer of ThreatConnect Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) writes "Ease to use, customizable, and they have responsive and knowledgeable support". On the other hand, the top reviewer of ThreatQ writes "Good reporting and pretty stable but needs to be simpler to use". ThreatConnect Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) is most compared with Palo Alto Networks WildFire, Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR, Anomali Match, Recorded Future and Anomali ThreatStream, whereas ThreatQ is most compared with Anomali ThreatStream, Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR, Recorded Future, IntSights and ServiceNow Security Operations.
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