Research Analyst

Marina Iantorno

Marina joined KuppingerCole as a Research Analyst in April 2022. Her main areas of expertise are Business, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence.

Background & Education

Marina holds a Bachelor degree in Marketing from Argentinian Business School (Argentina), an MBA from Valencian International University (Spain), a Diploma in Data Analytics for Business from College of Computing and Technology (Ireland), and she is currently working on her dissertation of a Master´s in Artificial Intelligence Research from Atlantic Technological University (Ireland).

Professional Experience

Marina gained experience in management and business intelligence for telecommunications and social media in Ireland, and she has several years of experience lecturing for third level education. Her career started as an Assistant Lecturer in Statistics at the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina), and continued in Ireland as an IT Lecturer for Data Analysis modules such as Machine Learning, Data Visualisation and Predictive Analytics.

Her dissertation will be about Machine Learning models to predict the reaction of the users against online advertising and data text processing.

Latest blog posts

Are Cyber Insurance Policies Necessary?
March 09, 2023
Cyber insurance offers protection against financial damage resulting from catastrophes involving computer networks, such as data breaches, network failures, and cyber-attacks. Cyber insurance is used to cover a wide variety of costs associated with cyber incidents, including…
How to Find the Best IT Solution for Your Business
January 05, 2023
Every company has different needs. These will depend on company size, location, products they offer, not to mention the current infrastructure in place. Unfortunately, there is not a solution that “fits them all”, and the high maturity of the IT market leads to numerous…
Is It Possible to Recover After a Cyberattack?
October 13, 2022
Unfortunately, every organization is vulnerable to a cyberattack. We have seen in the last years a considerable increase in cybercrime and the negative impact that it causes on businesses. The obvious consequences are financial, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. There are several…
Cyber-Crisis Becomes an Opportunity for Insurers
October 10, 2022
The pandemic changed our lives in many ways, some good and some bad. However, one impact has been that that cyber-attacks are more prevalent than ever before.  Every organization across all industry sectors is now a target of cyber-crime. It seems like every day another cyber-security…
Ransomware: The Invisible Enemy of Organizations
September 19, 2022
The cost of cyber-attacks to the global economy has risen to more than 400 billion US dollars per year. Cyber-attacks affect every business, from small companies to enterprises and governments. Recovering from attacks is expensive and time-consuming. So, how to make an organization more…
Layoffs at Technology Firms: An Indicator of a Busting Bubble?
August 18, 2022
Undoubtedly, many technology companies enjoyed an outstanding success during and after the COVID-19 outbreak. Businesses changed in several fields and we saw situations that we would have rarely expected before: switching to online shopping, online education, remote working, minimizing…

Latest videos

Event Recording
Sizing up the Access Management Market
December 07, 2022
Analyst Chat
Analyst Chat #152: How to Measure a Market
December 05, 2022
Research Analyst Marina Iantorno works on determining market sizing data as a service for vendors, service providers, but especially for investors. She joins Matthias to explain key terms and metrics and how this information can be leveraged for a variety of decision-making processes.
Analyst Chat
Analyst Chat #144: What Cybercrime Can Really Mean to Your Business
October 10, 2022
Cybersecurity often seems like a dry subject. And as long as it is practiced successfully, its benefits can only be seen in the absence of damage. However, Marina Iantorno, who is taking part in the Analyst Chat for the first time, will discuss the actual risks associated with inadequate…