The goal of intelligence is to anticipate and prevent attacks. Threat Intelligence Fundamentals provides an overview of what threat intelligence is, how intelligence reports can enhance business decisions throughout an organization, critical factors when gathering intelligence, and review differences between intelligence and traditional security.
Threat intelligence skills are critical in identifying adversaries and proactively protecting an organization. Using threat intelligence skills and techniques allows you to proactively defend your environment by understanding adversarial strategy, identifying potential targets and ultimately eliminate surprise. These valuable skills will help enhance business decisions, understand the importance of integrated security and excel your career with a Certified Threat Intelligence Professional Certification. The first step in building a career in threat intelligence is Threat Intelligence Fundamentals.
What you will learn
This one-hour online training provides attendees with a foundational understanding of threat intelligence.
* Understand basic intelligence fundamentals and concepts
* Understand the benefits of what an intelligence program can provide
* Understand intelligence categories
* Understand differences between data, information and intelligence
Who should take this class?
Security and Threat Intelligence Professionals: Enhance your career and skills and learn to proactively identify insider threat activities.
Managers and Executives: Understand insider threat indicators, motivation and tradecraft to prioritize and address risk.
Risk, Compliance and Human Resource Professionals: Understand insider threats and enhance knowledge of potential risks before they happen.
Federal Agents and Law Enforcement: Master techniques to identify insider threats for advanced investigations and to improve job skills.
Attorneys: Enhance legal activities, investigations and interviewing skills by creating an awareness of insider motivation and techniques.
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