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2 | The Total Economic Impact™ Of Threat Stack Unquantified benefits. The interviewed organizations experienced additional qualitative benefits. These are not quantified in the financial analysis but were mentioned as significant benefits by customers: › Increased revenue. › Increase in cybersecurity insurance coverage limits and reduction in insurance premiums. › Improved security culture. › Nonsecurity benefits enabled by the visibility provided by Threat Stack. Costs. The following costs reflect the financial analysis associated with the composite organization. › Threat Stack costs, totaling $238,738. Interviewed organizations described license and professional services costs associated with their Threat Stack solution. › Implementation and ongoing internal costs, totaling $97,059. Interviewed organizations described implementation and ongoing labor costs associated with the deployment and fine-tuning of Threat Stack. Forrester's interviews with four existing customers and subsequent financial analysis found that an organization based on these interviewed organizations experienced benefits of $932,963 over three years versus costs of $335,797, adding up to a net present value (NPV) of $597,166 and an ROI of 178%. Total benefits PV, $933K Total costs PV, $336K Initial Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Financial Summary $235.0K $314.0K $383.9K Reduced risk of data breaches Improved productivity Lowered headcount and hiring costs Benefits (Three-Year) ROI 178% Benefits PV $932,963 NPV $597,166 Payback < 1 year

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