Gartner Market Guide
for Security Threat Intelligence Products and Services

Threat intelligence capabilities can make your business more resilient in a world of increasing risk. Now more than ever, security leaders need to understand the wide array of threat intelligence products offered and which solutions are best aligned with their organizational security needs.

Key Findings:
  • “The utilization of threat intelligence has expanded beyond traditional security operations use cases and is even being leveraged by other functions within the organization, such as fraud, risk management, human resources and marketing.”

  • “Investment and client interest in threat intelligence platforms (TIPs) has increased in the past year. TIPs are also aggressively moving to deliver full SOAR functionality, which also includes SOA and SIRP.”

  • “Taking a use-case-centric view is the ideal and pragmatic way to start a journey and improve you security program with intelligence-led initiatives.”



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Gartner, Market Guide for Security Threat Intelligence Products and Services, Craig Lawson, Brad LaPorte, Ruggero Contu, Mitchell Schneider, John Collins; 20 May 2020

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