Security vendor ThreatQuotient has expanded into Central Europe and is looking for new partners to help serve the region. The US company is already active in France and the UK and operations have now started in Germany.
ThreatQuotient’s offerings include its ThreatQ threat intelligence platform and the cybersecurity situation room ThreatQ Investigations, which allows teams to work collaboratively to tackle security threats.
“ThreatQuotient is building new partner structures to meet the distinct demands of the Central Europe region, we are committed to developing mutually beneficial relationships in this area,” said Cyrille Badeau, ThreatQuotient VP of Europe. “Our expansion to Germany is in direct response to growing demands for digital transformation, and we are looking forward to supporting the security operation needs of this key region.”
Joining Badeau’s team is Markus Auer, regional sales manager for Central Europe, and Falk Schwendike, threat intelligence engineer for Central Europe. Auer brings more than 25 years of IT security experience to ThreatQuotient and will be responsible for building the market in the DACH region and Eastern Europe. He previously held positions at ForeScout Technologies, Q1 Labs, Sourcefire, netForensics and MessageLabs.
Schwendike has 20 years of experience in IT and has previously held positions at FireEye, Q1 Labs and InfoBlox. Both Auer and Schwendike are based in Munich.