Organizations are under attack from increasingly complex threats to their environments. Adversaries employ sophisticated attack strategies including cyber, physical, human and technology, often using a combination of these tactics. 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 excel your career and begin your journey to becoming a Center for Threat Intelligence Certified Threat Intelligence Professional. The first step in building a career in threat intelligence is Threat Intelligence Fundamentals.
What you will learn
This one-hour training provides attendees with a foundational understanding of threat intelligence processes and concepts.
Principle objectives of this course:
Understand basic intelligence fundamentals and concepts
Understand the benefits of what an intelligence program can provide
Understand the basic intelligence categories
Understand the difference between data, information and intelligence
Who should attend
Security Professionals: Understand adversarial focus and apply threat intelligence fundamentals to current and future roles.
Attorneys: Establish an understanding of how threat intelligence can enhance legal activities, investigations and interviewing skills by creating an awareness of intelligence techniques, such as mindset and biases, deception, etc.
Managers and Executives: Understand threat environments to prioritize and address risk. Helps communication with threat intelligence analysts to ensure communication is open and effective when communicating needs.
Risk, Compliance and Human Resource Professionals: Understand and prioritize insider threats and enhance knowledge of potential risks before they happen.
Federal Agents and Law Enforcement: Master threat intelligence techniques for advanced investigations improving job skills.
Participants will receive:
Certificate of Completion
Continuing Education Credits Available - Check with your Industry Association
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