Global Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) and Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) Markets—Forecast to 2024

Global Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) and Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) Markets—Forecast to 2024

The Ever-evolving and Sophisticated Threat Landscape Fuels Demand for Threat Intelligence Solutions

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Research Code: K7BE-01-00-00-00
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Threat intelligence is the collection, analysis, and operationalization of external and internal data about past, present, and future cyberattacks that organizations can leverage to understand their security environments and prevent threats.

Frost & Sullivan identifies three segments in this broad market: cyber threat intelligence (CTI), threat intelligence platforms (TIP), and digital risk protection (DRP). As partnerships between CTI and TIP vendors have become an industry standard, this study covers these two segments. CTI refers to the collection of insights about threats, while TIPs are the software necessary to operationalize those insights; however, market convergence is increasing as vendors continue to address use cases from other segments.

This global study provides revenue forecasts for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA); Asia-Pacific (APAC); Latin America (LATAM); and North America (NA). It also includes revenue forecasts for different market verticals, according to customer size. Moreover, Frost & Sullivan’s analysis addresses some of the common misconceptions in the threat intelligence market, as well as key trends in this space.

The threat landscape continues to evolve at rapid rates, thus fueling the demand for threat intelligence solutions. In a complex scenario where cyberattacks are increasing in sophistication and volume, threat intelligence allows organizations to shift to a proactive approach when dealing with this ever-evolving threat landscape. Having access to information about threat actor groups, including their motivations and techniques, among other key insights, can enable organizations to make faster and more informed security decisions to prepare and protect the business.

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Threat intelligence is the collection, analysis, and operationalization of external and internal data about past, present, and future cyberattacks that organizations can leverage to understand their security environments and prevent threats. Frost & Sullivan identifies three segments in this broad market: cyber threat intelligence (CTI), threat intelligence platforms (TIP), and digital risk protection (DRP). As partnerships between CTI and TIP vendors have become an industry standard, this study covers these two segments. CTI refers to the collection of insights about threats, while TIPs are the software necessary to operationalize those insights; however, market convergence is increasing as vendors continue to address use cases from other segments. This global study provides revenue forecasts for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA); Asia-Pacific (APAC); Latin America (LATAM); and North America (NA). It also includes revenue forecasts for different market verticals, according to customer size. Moreover, Frost & Sullivan’s analysis addresses some of the common misconceptions in the threat intelligence market, as well as key trends in this space. The threat landscape continues to evolve at rapid rates, thus fueling the demand for threat intelligence solutions. In a complex scenario where cyberattacks are increasing in sophistication and volume, threat intelligence allows organizations to shift to a proactive approach when dealing with this ever-evolving threat landscape. Having access to information about threat actor groups, including their motivations and techniques, among other key insights, can enable organizations to make faster and more informed security decisions to prepare and protect the business.
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Author Clara Dello Russo
Industries Information Technology
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)
Keyword 2 Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) Market
Keyword 3 CTI Market
Podcast No
Predecessor MFD3-01-00-00-00
WIP Number K7BE-01-00-00-00