Gartner: Market Guide for Security Threat Intelligence Products and Services, 2020
The ever growing number of threats targeting organizations is straining security teams and has resulted in the introduction of numerous security solutions attempting to alleviate the problem. But there is not a single solution that provides complete protection from or visibility into all threats, leaving organizations to evaluate and implement a combination of security tools and services to protect their organizations from threats.
According to Gartner’s Market Guide for Security Threat Intelligence Products and Services, “End users are continuing to actively investigate opportunities to improve their ability to predict, prevent, detect and respond to issues presented by the prevailing threat landscape. Threat intelligence products and services are proving to be a credible option for all four of these high-level requirements.”
Download this Gartner Market Guide to learn:
- The three Gartner-defined requirements that need to be concurrently leveraged to successfully get value from threat intelligence (TI)
- When to forego a standalone TI solution and instead rely on TI provided by an MSSP or from TI in existing products
- How organizations are leveraging more proactive community information-sharing to shore up their defenses
- And more…
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Gartner, Market Guide for Security Threat Intelligence Products and Services, 2020, Craig Lawson, Brad LaPorte, Mitchell Schneider, John Collins, Ruggero Contu, 20 May 2020.
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