Why CTI(Cyber Threat Intelligence)?
Why do we introduce the next-generation Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI)?
We introduce the next-generation CTI platform as the ultimate solution to the world to resolve the limitations of existing cybersecurity systems
which cannot effectively defend against sophisticated and unprecedented
patterns of cyberattacks, such as Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)
and Zero-Day attacks.
Active investments and research of CTI have been carried out overseas
since 2014. However, Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)
still remains the major enterprise security management system in
<Limitations of SIEM, and the increase of market needs>
SIEM produces too many false positives and flood of alerts, imposing
unrealistic alert fatigue on cybersecurity managers. Furthermore, SIEM is
limited in defending against unknown threats. In this regard, there have
been increasing demands for the next-generation enterprise security
< Current Domestic and International Market Trends >
Internationally, there have been continuous and rapid increases in M&A (mergers and acquisitions) and investment for threat-intelligence based
corporations. Additionally, there is a remarkable increase in the size of the threat-intelligence market
- - The threat-intelligence market recently attracted USD 107 million investment from 8 Corporations. It is anticipated to reach USD 1.6 billion of market share in 2018. This is a marked increase from USD 240 million since 2013.
In 2017, the South Korean government also recognized that these security issues are an urgent challenge at the national level and decided to choose CTI as one of the core source technologies in the realm of information
security in April 2017 and to make full-scale investment in R&D of CTI for
the next three years (2017-2019).