EMA Radar for Digital Threat Intelligence Management: Q4 2017
In 2017, organizations around the world realized that a new era of cyber threats had dawned. Ransomware has advanced significantly and is now capable of taking out infrastructure and operations across the globe, weaponizing known vulnerabilities such as EternalBlue and crippling businesses for months or more. WannaCry marked the start of these techniques and was one of the most damaging ransomware attacks in history. It was followed by NotPetya, and most recently, Bad Rabbit, the third major attack to cause widespread disruption this year.
In Q4 of 2017, EMA evaluated vendors for the their Digital Threat Intelligence Management Radar Report™ with the intent of examining vendors’ ability to help organizations combat cyberthreats. Based on their solution impact and deployment cost efficiency, this Radar report compares and outlines the leading Digital Threat Intelligence vendors.