According to industry researchers, the threat intelligence market is expected to reach USD 20 billion in revenue per annum by 2028, with more organizations of different sizes understanding the value of tactical, operational, and strategic data about threats to their digital and physical assets.
By 2021, cyber threat intelligence (CTI) has evolved significantly from what it used to be in the 2000s. Different vendors, research agencies, regulators have various and sometimes contrasting interpretations and definitions of CTI. Hence, at the end of the day, businesses should consider their own individual needs and balance them against the vendor proposition. Ultimately, it's always best to conduct a POC or test the products rather than making investment decisions based purely on the marketing reports.
This blog post opens a series in which Group-IB team members will explain how to maximize the value of threat intelligence and attribution. We will showcase how to take advantage of different proprietary features of Group-IB's Threat Intelligence & Attribution
solution to provide better protection to customer assets and help them make more informed and balanced risk mitigation decisions.
In this entry we showcase:
- How wide is the market for breached databases;
- How attackers use this compromised data to harm businesses and extract financial gain;
- Which technologies are needed to detect and monitor breached credentials;
- How to solve a number of threatening use cases with the "Breached DB" section of Group-IB Threat Intelligence & Attribution.