That valuable asset is frequently the target of criminals that seek to exploit this rapidly growing resource.
It's a scenario where the battleground continues to shift.
Amid the turmoil of these cybersecurity threats and ongoing hacking attempts that leverage the power of the IoT against itself, more organisations are forced to realise that they are on the losing side of this war.
As such, IT vendors have no choice but to enhance their cybersecurity arsenal with more sophisticated software tools which allow a deeper understanding of their users, devices, and systems.
This momentum will drive the security analytics market toward an impressive revenue of $12 Billion by 2024, according to the latest worldwide market study by ABI Research.
Advanced-level data analytics, bolstered by technological advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems, permeate every major market and digital security is, fortunately, no exception.