Like most cybersecurity professionals, I’m no stranger to the Deep & Dark Web (DDW). For us, the DDW is both a treasure trove of invaluable data and a necessary evil that powers many of the threats from which we were hired to protect our companies. We also recognize why it’s so important to invest in services and technologies that give us greater visibility into the DDW. The problem is, these services and technologies often come with hefty price tags, and with hefty price tags often comes a need for the executive team’s approval.
But, how do you make a case for investing in DDW intelligence when only a few members of your company’s executive team are even aware that the Deep & Dark Web exists? Here are some key points to help support your argument: