“The core of any TI program is priority intelligence requirements (PIRs), used to identify where the organization will focus intelligence efforts and what tools are required to achieve it.” – “Market Guide for Security Threat Intelligence Products and Services” – Gartner
2021 Gartner® Report: Market Guide for Security Threat Intelligence Products and Services
There’s no shortage of data for Cyber Threat Intelligence teams, aka threat intelligence (TI) teams. The trick is finding relevant data to turn into intelligence. To stay a step ahead of attackers, TI teams need to leverage the right TI management tool to manage and operationalize threat intel of greatest concern to the business. When you operationalize TI, it becomes the core of your security program and fuses with security operations, maximizing the consumption, usage, and collaboration between teams.
Gartner notes, “TI point solutions enable organizations to collect, curate, process and disseminate TI within the organization; however, operationalizing and automating intelligence is where organizations begin to see the value.”
Read the Gartner Market Guide for Security Threat Intelligence for expert guidance on how to assess and select the right threat intelligence products and services.
Download the report to get Gartner recommendations on:
- Defining priority intelligence requirements (PIRs) to guide selection of the correct intelligence products and services
- Articulating the value of TI to justify budget
- Join and contribute to threat intelligence sharing programs to crowdsource efforts against threat actors
- Focusing on use cases with the focus on use cases that have fast returns on investment
Gartner®, Market Guide for Security Threat Intelligence Products and Services, 10 December 2021, John Collins, Ruggero Contu, Mitchell Schneider, Craig Lawson
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