The Cybersecurity Industry is growing and so are the Number of Security Threats
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The Cybersecurity Industry is growing and so are the Number of Security Threats

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Along with the ICC, the NSA has most recently launched its new division, “Cybersecurity Directorate”, which aims to prevent cyberattacks ¬on sensitive government and ¬defense-industry computers, while also helping to shield critical private-sector systems. In a statement on NSA’s website, it stated that “Under the new Cybersecurity Directorate — a major organization that unifies NSA’s foreign intelligence and cyberdefense missions — NSA will work to prevent and eradicate threats to national security systems and critical infrastructure, with an initial focus on the defense industrial base and the improvement of our weapons’ security.” “The cyber directorate is the right idea, period,” said Thomas Bossert, former homeland security adviser to President Trump. “If only our country could combine the NSA cyber directorate with [the Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity organization] and trust in our institutions, we could make an even bigger difference for our security.” For decades, the National Security Agency was considered vastly secretive that it received the unofficial nickname “No Such Agency”. However, with its most recent launch it is now seeking to be more public in its defensive work. The new directorate will aim at declassifying threat intelligence in a timely manner so it can be used by as many private-sector firms as possible, officials said. “For us to be most effective, we have to be out there. If we’re going to be effective, we need to be more open,” said Neal Ziring, the NSA’s technical director. HSRC’s “Big Data & Data Analytics – Hardware, Software & Services Market in National Security & Law Enforcement: 2019-2022” report forecasts that this industry’s revenues will grow at a 2015-2022 CAGR of 17.5%. The use of big data and data analytics by Homeland Security, Defense, Public Safety organizations and intelligence agencies is on the rise, mostly because the world is becoming more digital and connected. This is creating new opportunities, not only for data collection and storage, but also for intelligence processing, exploitation, dissemination, and analysis. Big data and data analytics technologies can increase the investigative capabilities of intelligence organizations in many relevant aspects, including: war on crime & terror, defense from cyber-attacks, public safety analytics, disaster and mass incident management, and development of predictive capabilities. All fields of Intelligence benefit from big data growth including Osint Market, Sigint Market, Cyber defense activities, financial investigations, etc.
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