The Treadstone 71 Cyber Intelligence, Threat Intelligence, Cyber CounterIntelligence training courses follow standard intelligence community lifecycle including collection methods, techniques, planning, PIRs, and collection tools and targeting with a focus on intelligence analysis. Intelligence production methods and process flows are covered as well as evidence credibility, reliability, denial and deception, and confidence levels. Students are required to demonstrate understanding and use structured analytic techniques as well as various types of analysis including synthesis and fusion of data and information into actionable intelligence. Learn the tradecraft taught in the US Intelligence Community.
Fallacies in Threat Intelligence Lead to Fault Lines in Organizational Security Postures
Published: Sunday, 13 November 2016 10:20
Treadstone 71 Training 2017Organizations follow inaccurate definitions of threat intelligence leading to poorly conceived cyber threat intelligence programs. Vendors communicate threat intelligence definitions supporting their offerings propagating the fallacy that threat intelligence solves numerous security problems. (updated)
Cyber Threat Intelligence functions being built on a foundation that is not supported by standard intelligence tradecraft. Many programs support a fraction of the intelligence needs, yet stakeholders hold unrealistic expectations based upon expenditures.
This course examines Sherman Kent's Analytic Doctrine from the cyber perspective as well as the availability and use of OSINT tools. Students are able to understand the cyber intelligence lifecycle, the role and value of cyber intelligence relative to online targeting and collection, in modern organizations, businesses, and governments at the completion of this course and, use of our advisory services.
At Treadstone 71, we view cyberspace as a global domain within the information environment consisting of the independent network of information technology infrastructures, including the Internet, telecommunications networks, computer systems, embedded processors, controllers -- anything connected, or connected devices. It is a fifth domain of warfare that is under attack daily -- by nation states, nongovernment organizations, terrorists, criminals, and hacktivists.
The Reviews Are Rolling In! - Cyber Intelligence Classes from Treadstone 71
Published: Sunday, 13 January 2013 17:00
The reviews for the Cyber Intelligence class taught by Treadstone 71 are rolling in. Recent comments from two students are below.
“The class was very detail orientated with a strong focus on the work of Cyber threats and how to better secure your assets against potential attacks. For most scenarios we went through he had an open source tool, or the link to a paid version, to monitor or prevent the attacks from occurring. He was able to answer each and every question asked with specific details, and then some. I would sign up again right away for any other classes offered by Jeff”
The Cyber Intelligence Training adds rapid returns to both Cyber Intel Analysts, and Security Ops Centers. Each student receives quality instruction and hands-on experience with today’s OSINT tools and intelligence tradecraft. This is necessary for anyone new to Cyber Intelligence and complimentary to any Security Operations within your enterprise. This 4.5-day class provides the student with the resources and fundamentals needed to establish cyber intelligence as a force as both a proactive offensive step and a counter intelligence-contributing arm of your larger team. – Antonio
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Students and organizations taught (non-inclusively): AIB, American Express, Capital One, NATO, Belgian Military Intelligence, Commonwealth Bank, Bank of America, ING, NCSC NL, Defense Security Services, PNY, Dell Secureworks, HPE Security, EclecticIQ, Darkmatter (AE), General Electric, General Motors, PNC, Sony, Goldman Sachs, NASA, DoD, East West Bank, Naval Air Warfare Center, VISA, USBank, Wyndham Capital, Egyptian Government, DNB Norway, Euroclear, Malaysian Cyberjaya, People's United Bank, Baupost Group, Bank of North Carolina, Fidelity Investments, Citi, Citigroup, T. Rowe Price, Wells Fargo, Discover, Blackknight Financial Services, Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), Citizens Financial Group, Scottrade, MetLife, NY Life, Synchrony Financial, TD Ameritrade, National Reconnaissance Office, FBI, Stellar Solutions, Lockheed Martin, Harvard Pilgrim, State of Florida, Deloitte, Ernst and Young, Mitsubishi, Tower Research, Geller & Company, KeyBank, Fannie Mae, BB&T, Aviation ISAC, JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, Nomura International, ING, Finance CERT Norway, BBVA, PenFED, Santander, Bank of America, Equifax, BNY Mellon, OCC, Verizon, Vantiv, Bridgewater Associates, Bank of Canada, Credit Suisse, HSBC, International Exchange, Vista Equity Partners, Aetna, Betaalvereniging Nederland, Dutch Police, non-inclusively (as well as several other firms by proxy as they hire qualified intelligence professionals trained by Treadstone 71).
ON THE TREADSTONE 71 CYBER INTELLIGENCE TRADECRAFT TRAINING:
"Fantastic class that gets to the foundational aspects of traditional tradecraft. We studied hard examining recent attack campaigns. The analysis training prepared me for real-world efforts. Have to say this is one of the best classes I have ever taken having taken many from SANS. SANS does not compare. They are more of a class mill today. The Treadstone 71 course material is unique, focused, and timely."
“This is one of the best, if not the best, Cyber Threat Intelligence training course I've attended.”
Ironically, said Bardin, it was Stuxnet that led Iran to enhance its offensive capability: ‘If Stuxnet had happened to the US or UK, it would have been seen as an act of war. In Iran, it made them invest heavily in offensive cyber operations.’
He revealed that 18 percent of Iranian university students are studying computer science – a cyber warfare talent pool.