Technological breakthroughs and the Digital Transformation of companies have created the need for instruments which can be accessed by everyone. The market responds to this need with a “semplification” of the technologies in terms of complexity of use, availability and costs with significant advantages for the business and overall efficiency of the organizations.
The flip side of the coin of this evolution is that technologies which are easy to use and access create new opportunities for hackers, who take advantage of these factors to launch attacks which are ever more complex, coordinated and carried out more quickly.
It is, hence, necessary to be as fast in identifying attacks and the attackers, to maintain an elevated level of security without “halting” productivity. In addition to these factors, there is the need, imposed by the market, to be able to carry out prompt actions to protect the company’s brand, reputation and market share.
In order to address this challenge, organizations have to equip themselves with Intelligence Services which aim to control which corporate information is accessible to hackers and if attacks are being prepared or in progress (and if so, which kind).