Certified Threat Intelligence Specialist II (CTIS-II) Examination


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The Certified Threat Intelligence Specialist II (CTIS-II) certification is intended for individuals looking to demonstrate their knowledge, experience and skills in the area of threat intelligence. Experienced business professionals from executives to threat intelligence professionals will use this certification to validate their understanding of fundamental threat intelligence concepts. The certification also demonstrates an understanding of a holistic approach based on proven intelligence techniques and methods. The certification program was developed in collaboration with highly experienced intelligence experts with military, federal and corporate intelligence backgrounds. See "Certification" Tab on website for more information.


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1. Pay the application fee.  Proceed to checkout.

2. You must agree to the Certification Code of Professional Conduct by checking the "I agree" box at checkout.   

3. Once your application fee is paid, we will send you the 75 question Certification test.   


Certification Code of Professional Conduct
Center for Threat Intelligence (CTI) expects our certified members to adhere to and maintain the highest ethical and professional standards. To that end, CTI has professional standards that eligible candidates and current certified members must agree to as part of the certification criteria.

Certified Threat Intelligence Specialist applicants must adhere to the Code of Professional Conduct, agreeing to:

  • Respect the Law and comply with all laws and regulations. Perform professional duties in accordance with the law and the highest moral and ethical principles.
  • Adhere to conduct of truthfulness, honesty, and integrity
  • Perform professional duties maintaining the highest standards of competence and knowledge
  • Respect and safeguard confidential and privileged information and exercise due care to prevent its improper and/or accidental disclosure
  • Respect the professional reputation or practice of colleagues, clients, or employees
  • Agree to abide by the Certification Code of Professional Conduct