IT-Harvest analysis: Threat Intelligence Market Growing at 84% CAGR, To Hit $1.5 Billion in 2018
Birmingham, Michigan March 17, 2016 Technology News(PRLEAP.COM) March 17, 2016 - IT-Harvest, an independent research firm covering the cybersecurity industry, has published a Market Research Report on the threat intelligence sector. The report includes 21 vendors that research and provide threat intelligence to the enterprise. These include iSIGHT Partners, recently acquired by FireEye, Cyveillance+LookingGlass, Digital Shadows, Intel471 and Flashpoint Intel. A growing segment within the space includes the 10 Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) vendors, led by ThreatStream, ThreatConnect, ThreatQuotient, and BrightPoint Security. TIPs collect threat intelligence from multiple sources and integrate with internal data and enforcement technology to maximize the value of threat intelligence.
Key findings: The 2015 threat intelligence market was $190 million and is growing at 85% annually. The TIP space accounted for $61 million and is growing at 84%. In addition the total 2015 market for threat intelligence products was $251 million and is on pace to exceed $460 million in 2016. At current growth rates the market for threat intelligence products will exceed $1.5 billion in 2018.
The seventeen page Market Research Report is available at http:///www.ith-research.com. It provides a guide to the industry and a summary of each vendor's capabilities.
IT-Harvest uses a unique methodology to track industry sectors. This human augmented machine analysis is integrating automation with human insight to perform comprehensive market sizing analysis. The Threat Intelligence MRR is the first of such reports, to be followed by: User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA), Firewall Policy Management, Deception, Security Analytics, Cloud Security, and Information Governance.
To contact the author, Richard Stiennon, email: email@example.com
About Richard Stiennon:
Richard Stiennon is Chief Research Analyst for IT-Harvest, the firm he founded in 2005 to cover the 1,440 vendors that make up the IT security industry. He recently completed a year long effort to categorize all of those vendors. He is the author of Surviving Cyberwar (Government Institutes, 2010) and There Will Be Cyberwar. He is a member of the advisory board at the Information Governance Initiative and principal of TrueBit Cyber Partners. Stiennon was Chief Marketing Officer for Fortinet, Inc. and VP Threat Research at Webroot Software. Prior to that he was VP Research at Gartner, when he was recognized as One of the 50 Most Powerful People In Networking by Network World Magazine. He has a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and his MA in War in the Modern World from King's College, London.