Drivers include the increasing legal and legislative imperative; pressure from society and shareholders; the multiplicity of current and future threats; the trend of globalization, for even the smallest organizations; enhanced scrutiny; and ever-increasing access to information. The insight from the intelligence team can also help drive the highest levels of decision making, helping to position the security function at the top table and established as more of a facilitator and aid to business. Sound intelligence work also helps obtain buy-in for the business when presenting the business case for expenditure, which is a major benefit for many chief security officers. The big investment is therefore people, especially as the larger the team, the greater is the quality of the analytical output—and the more the bandwidth for supporting the business. There are clear economies of scale, although of course the reality is that one needs to start slowly and build on proven success.