By Eric Olson, VP of Product Strategy
Over the past few weeks we have explained why threat intelligence is essential for your cyber security plan, how to map your security needs to business objectives, and how to formulate a plan. Now, we’ll put all of that together. The following two examples, one for information security and the other for physical security, illustrate some common situations where a business case is built to justify an expenditure on threat intelligence.
Information Security Case: Preventing Counterfeits
Your security team must protect your organization from intentional or inadvertent exposure of sensitive product intellectual property data online. While this is self-explanatory to a security team, tying it back to a business objective may not be as clear.