Global Cyber Threat Intelligence and Threat Intelligence Platform Growth Opportunities

Global Cyber Threat Intelligence and Threat Intelligence Platform Growth Opportunities

The Proliferation of AI Boosts Demand for TI Solutions to Enhance Detection, Response, Productivity, and Customer Reporting

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24-Apr-2024
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Research Code: K9FF-01-00-00-00
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The need to adopt threat intelligence (TI) has transcended compliance requirements—it is now essential due to the evolving threat landscape. Organizations must integrate TI into their IT frameworks to operate effectively. Global digitalization initiatives such as cloud migration, IoT, AI, and remote work have expanded attack surfaces, IT complexity, and reliance on third parties, which subsequently exposes vulnerabilities across multiple vectors. Traditional perimeter security is inadequate; attackers now exploit weaknesses in domains, mobile apps, social media, and supply chains, escalating risks of phishing and third-party breaches.

The reactive approach to security is economically unsustainable, given the average $4.45 million cost per breach (IBM, 2023). Proactively addressing phishing and supply chain risks is imperative to prevent brand erosion, disruptions, and revenue loss. A holistic approach is necessary to protect digital assets beyond perimeters. TI enables organizations to prevent cyber threats by understanding emerging trends and strengthening defenses.

The TI ecosystem, historically fragmented into cyber threat intelligence (CTI), threat intelligence platform (TIP), external attack surface management (EASM), and digital risk protection (DRP), is converging into holistic security platforms. This convergence drives the emergence of external risk mitigation and management (ERMM) platforms and transitions TIP providers into comprehensive security operations (SecOps) platforms.

The CTI and TIP industries thrive on AI advancements and platform consolidation, responding to proactive security demands. North America leads, with Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) following as the second-largest in CTI and third-largest in TIP. Meanwhile, APAC ranks third in CTI and second in TIP. LATAM demonstrates considerable growth potential. The healthcare, technology, and finance sectors lead in revenue, driven by escalating threats and regulatory frameworks (e.g., HIPAA).

In conclusion, both the CTI and TIP sectors are poised for substantial growth, catering to different segments of the industry, with varying needs and maturity levels.

Author: Martin Naydenov

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Threat Intelligence (TI) Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Traditional Segmentation of Threat Intelligence

Modern Convergence of Threat Intelligence

Caveats of Threat Intelligence Convergence

Evolution of Threat Intelligence

Evolution of Threat Intelligence (continued)

Key Trends in Threat Intelligence

Threat Intelligence Customer Profile

CTI Industry Overview

TIP Industry Overview

Can Organizations Survive without Threat Intelligence in the Modern Threat Landscape?

Recommendations 

Common Concerns

Making the Business Case for Threat Intelligence

Buying Guide

Buying Guide (continued)

Scope of Analysis

Key Vendors in the CTI and TIP Domains

Growth Drivers

Growth Drivers (continued)

Growth Restraints

Forecast Assumptions

Growth Metrics

Distribution Channels

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast by Industry Vertical

Revenue Forecast by Business Size

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Pricing Trends and Forecast Analysis

Competitive Environment

Revenue Share

Revenue Share Analysis

Growth Metrics

Distribution Channels

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast by Industry Vertical

Revenue Forecast by Business Size

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Pricing Trends and Forecast Analysis

Competitive Environment

Revenue Share

Revenue Share Analysis

Growth Metrics

Distribution Channels

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast by Industry Vertical

Revenue Forecast by Business Size

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Pricing Trends and Forecast Analysis

Competitive Environment

Revenue Share

Revenue Share Analysis

Growth Opportunity 1: Strategic Marketing Campaigns

Growth Opportunity 1: Strategic Marketing Campaigns (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Expansion into Latin America

Growth Opportunity 2: Expansion into Latin America (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Double Down on AI Integrations

Growth Opportunity 3: Double Down on AI Integrations (continued)

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

Legal Disclaimer

The need to adopt threat intelligence (TI) has transcended compliance requirements it is now essential due to the evolving threat landscape. Organizations must integrate TI into their IT frameworks to operate effectively. Global digitalization initiatives such as cloud migration, IoT, AI, and remote work have expanded attack surfaces, IT complexity, and reliance on third parties, which subsequently exposes vulnerabilities across multiple vectors. Traditional perimeter security is inadequate; attackers now exploit weaknesses in domains, mobile apps, social media, and supply chains, escalating risks of phishing and third-party breaches. The reactive approach to security is economically unsustainable, given the average $4.45 million cost per breach (IBM, 2023). Proactively addressing phishing and supply chain risks is imperative to prevent brand erosion, disruptions, and revenue loss. A holistic approach is necessary to protect digital assets beyond perimeters. TI enables organizations to prevent cyber threats by understanding emerging trends and strengthening defenses. The TI ecosystem, historically fragmented into cyber threat intelligence (CTI), threat intelligence platform (TIP), external attack surface management (EASM), and digital risk protection (DRP), is converging into holistic security platforms. This convergence drives the emergence of external risk mitigation and management (ERMM) platforms and transitions TIP providers into comprehensive security operations (SecOps) platforms. The CTI and TIP industries thrive on AI advancements and platform consolidation, responding to proactive security demands. North America leads, with Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) following as the second-largest in CTI and third-largest in TIP. Meanwhile, APAC ranks third in CTI and second in TIP. LATAM demonstrates considerable growth potential. The healthcare, technology, and finance sectors lead in revenue, driven by escalating threats and regulatory frameworks (e.g., HIPAA). In conclusion, both the CTI and TIP sectors are poised for substantial growth, catering to different segments of the industry, with varying needs and maturity levels. Author: Martin Naydenov
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Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Martin Naydenov
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Podcast No
Predecessor K7BE-01-00-00-00
WIP Number K9FF-01-00-00-00