The Threat Intelligence market was valued at $5.54 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $20.20 billion by 2027, with an average annual growth rate of 18.95 percent between 2020 and 2027*.
Numerous solutions offering different types of Threat Intelligence have emerged to better respond to the security challenges facing companies. However, how do you choose the most appropriate solution for your security challenges? Focus.
Threat Intelligence can be defined as an extension of the security monitoring process but in a much more advanced way. It complements traditional approaches to security with an analysis based on attacker tracking.
The objective? To continuously feed a database of threats and hackers to remain able to respond as quickly as possible to possible attacks, but also and above all, to anticipate new ones. To do this, Threat Intelligence teams collect and organize threats to establish complete profiles (attackers, sectors of activity affected, methods used, etc.) throughout the year.
Threat Intelligence does not consider:
TI is not a dedicated incident response tool either, even though incident response teams benefit from Threat Intelligence feedback. The objective of a Threat Intelligence solution is to reduce operational risks to maintain or increase business profitability. It should not be an exhaustive knowledge of threats and their characteristics. On the contrary, optimizing the analysis of the data collected makes it possible to process only the most relevant information to provide the most targeted responses.
Threat Intelligence makes the following distinctions:
Intelligence is a combination of information and data, allowing writing a story (a sequence of events) that can be useful for decision-making.
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