We see about 500 new threats emerge every minute, and most of them come with unique or enhanced techniques. The rise of new technologies and trends in the way we do things, which include the adoption of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) concept, cloud services, and the ubiquity of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, among others, are also posing more dangers. All these changes have widened the perimeter that businesses need to protect.
In response, a majority of companies have started using threat intelligence to bolster their cybersecurity measures. They believe their threat intelligence investments have generated an estimated?$2.26 million in cost savings, higher than the returns they got from investing in other technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and automation.