Organizations remain impacted and most security pros think things have gotten worse.
Mature cyber-threat intelligence programs follow a lifecycle and provide tactical, operational, and strategic value. Many enterprise organizations aren't even close.
Digital transformation initiatives and hybrid IT increases risk and drives the need for digital risk protection. Threat intelligence programs must accommodate this requirement.
Following a threat intelligence lifecycle is a best practice, but many organizations have process bottlenecks that impact their entire program.
Organizations are spending on threat intelligence, but ESG research reveals CTI may not be getting a good return on investment.
CISOs often deliver suboptimal performance and have a short shelf life. Organizations are often at fault for both outcomes.
Security professionals will remain in high demand, but economic fallout will make hiring even harder.
Investments will increase, but CISOs will be more selective, driving the need for federated technology architectures.