Your organization’s leadership is 12 times more likely to be the target of a security incident and nine times more likely to be the target of a data breach than they were last year. Find out how they can be protected.
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Enterprise leaders know that the need for effective digital threat management has never been greater—analysts believe that 2018 will be a watershed year for state-sponsored attacks, and by 2020, the average cost of a cyber breach incident will soar to $150 million.
The EMA Radar™ for Digital Threat Intelligence Management: Q4 2017 Report evaluates threat intelligence management providers by their ability to help organizations combat a new generation of threats in the digital marketplace. Based on their solution impact and deployment cost efficiency, the report profiles and compares the leading Digital Threat Intelligence vendors.
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Some vendors focus on specific types of infringement, like brand infringement or domain abuse. Others focus on data sources like social media or the dark web. The third group has a broader coverage, looking at many different sources, analyzing and correlating them, and delivering directed information on the infringement. As expected, greater or premium coverage often demands a premium price, so those looking into the solutions should evaluate the scope they really need instead of just what they want.
EMA is seeing a surge of M&A activity, as well as significant infusions of capital in the established companies. Only some of the companies in the space are profitable at this time, though the analysis points to a number of them crossing into profitability later in 2018.
Organizations in sectors that are at high risk for having intellectual property of any sort compromised and do not have something already in place should investigate this technology stack. Remember, this is not going to do anything to protect against internal theft, incursion, or breach, but selecting the right platform for the organization’s needs should provide earlier detection of the theft or misuse of IP, thus significantly reducing the impacts.