Threat intelligence can be affected by a number of factors. It is essential to understand how thinking processes play a key role in the effectiveness of intelligence analysis. This course analyzes different thinking methods and teaches students how to apply those methods in intelligence analysis. Each thought process has pros and cons related to differing problem types an example being problems that are tame or wicked. Analysts must also understand which thought process is most effective for their style of thinking and how to best exploit each of the three methods as part of a problem-solving process.
What you will learn
This one-day training provides attendees with an understanding of how different thinking methods can directly affect intelligence processes and outcomes.
Principle objectives of this course:
Who should attend
Security professionals: Expand your career by building experience in threat intelligence
Law enforcement: Build a foundation on how to apply threat intelligence in your daily activities
Legal and financial professionals: Create an awareness of threats to help your clients prioritize risks
Risk and Compliance professionals: Build awareness of how mindsets and biases can affect perceptions of risk
Human Resource professionals: Develop an understanding of how to identify potential mindset and biases to enhance decision making
Participants will receive Certificate of Completion and Course Presentation
CPE/CLE Credits Available