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  • This course presents the student with foundational concepts and processes in the discipline of cyber counterintelligence with a focus on cyber counterintelligence missions, defensive counterintelligence, offensive counterintelligence, and counterespionage as these realms apply to traditional tradecraft, and how they are or will evolve into the cyber domain. Mitigative and retributive counterstriking is covered. An understanding of deception demonstrates the need for counterdeception as a necessary activity in the intelligence process to penetrate an adversary’s methods of concealment and deceit. 

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    The course follows the fundamental principles of deception, namely truth, denial, deceit, and misdirection, attempting to provide a basic framework for understanding the mechanics of deception, developing approaches for detecting and countering deception, and providing for a corresponding set of principles. We review the cognitive vulnerabilities that are exploited by deception by way of biases and manipulation of human perceptions and beliefs. The cognitive aspects of human perception, judgment and reasoning are explored to provide a foundation from which to develop a set of counterdeception principles. The course examines the technical and non-technical methods of deception, evaluating such applications as technical and strategic cyber sensors, signal and information systems human deception channels (PSYOPs, HUMINT) on the Internet. 

    By starting with traditional counterintelligence and progressing to cyber counterintelligence, the student will develop an appreciation for collection efforts, exploitation of potential threats, insider concerns, and the risks and benefits of counterintelligence. With the expanding importance on comprehensive and timely need for intelligence for nations as well as businesses, the student will explore the essential elements that make up the intelligence cycle with a focus on how these pivotal points are exploited. 

    Counterintelligence investigations, operations, collection, analysis, production, and dynamic functional CI services will be employed in support of appropriate information operations activities to detect and mitigate foreign intelligence, hacker, and insider threats to information and information systems.

    As part of this class the exploration of the continued importance of critical thinking, as well as out-of ¬the-box analysis, will be heavily leveraged to improve the critical-thinking skills of the students. As cyber topics continue to evolve, the increased importance of cyber intelligence is growing and as such the protection of our intelligence cycles will expand as well; emphasizing the growing need to ensure our processes are not compromised in a cyber-dominated landscape. Cyber counterintelligence is one aspect and possibly one of the most crucial topics at the core of protecting our collection efforts. Legal, ethical, and privacy issues will be discussed given the inherent nature of the intelligence cycle. The potential for active defense or offensive cyber counterintelligence operations will be covered. The course will rely heavily on individual research and group discussion to explore the world of cyber counterintelligence, and where applicable, make use of the student’s ability to do independent thinking and analysis of in-class problems assigned through weekly discussion threads.

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  • 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. 

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  • Treadstone 71 Cyber Intelligence Program - Align with the needs of leadership - Force Multiplier Advisory Services

    Years ago, Treadstone 71 crafted a series of training classes at the Master's level for students eager to learn about cyber intelligence. Since then, Treadstone 71 continued to hone the courses to current events and organizational needs.  Organizations need training in cyber intelligence. All too often we find a dire lack of understanding outside of collection. Most organizations have staff that are proficient at collecting data well. But the next steps in the cyber intelligence lifecycle is lacking. Our training solves that problem providing students with the tools necessary to organize, produce, analyze and deliver recommendations and opportunities to leadership.  

     

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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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Intelligence Tradecraft - CounterIntelligence - Clandestine Cyber HUMINT  - Cyber Psyops - Persona Creation and Management - Cyber Influence Operations - Middle Eastern Cyber Warfare Tradecraft

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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).

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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."

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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.

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