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Introduction to Intelligence Analysis and Cyber Threat Modeling
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Threat Intelligence Analysis allows analysts to gain tactical, operational, and strategic advantages for customers of their intelligence product. Using highly developed analytical skills, analysts can maximize the benefits and efficiency of their supporting technology and automation, and significantly increase the security posture of their organization.
The Introduction to Intelligence Analysis and Cyber Threat Modeling course presents military grade concepts that are currently available only in intelligence schools and government agencies. Students will be provided with knowledge of core principles such as the Target-Centric Intelligence Life Cycle, Analytical Skill Development, Collection Management, Targeting Models, Structured Analytic Techniques, and considerations for creating high-performing Intelligence Teams.
The target audience for this course includes cybersecurity personnel serving in roles such as SOC Analysts, Law Enforcement Investigators, Red and Blue Team Members, and Threat/Warning Intelligence Analysts.
NICE Cybersecurity Framework Alignment
This Phase2 Advantage course is a component of the career progression track that supports the required Categories, Specialty Areas and Work Roles as defined by the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Cybersecurity Workforce Framework. It provides a common language to speak about cyber roles and jobs and can be referenced to define professional requirements in cybersecurity.
Course Chapter Outline
01: The Purpose and Value of Intelligence
02: The Intelligence Process and Life Cycle
03: Adversaries in the Modern Threat Landscape
04: Enhancing Analytical and Logical Reasoning Skills
05: Managing the Information Collection Process
06: Determining the Root Cause of Intelligence Issues
07: Creating Targeting Models and Intelligence Profiles
08: Evaluating Intelligence Sources and Evidence
09: Predicting the Adversary’s Planning and Operations
10: Structured Techniques for Intelligence Management
11: Identifying and Exploiting Network Relationships
12: Using Simulations for Intelligence Decisions
13: Making Decisions Based on Potential Outcomes
14: Considerations for Creating an Intelligence Team
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Partnership and Affiliation with the Technical College System of Georgia
Phase2 Advantage has partnered with Savannah Technical College and the Technical College System of Georgia to offer several cybersecurity courses for individuals who wish to pursue certification programs and enhance their career opportunities. Formats for training include classroom, instructor-led online, and self-paced training. For more information, please contact Savannah Technical College at (912) 443-3012 or by email at email@example.com.
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