Threat Intelligence Corporate Training Course

Edstellar’s instructor-led Threat Intelligence training course guides employees through the concepts and applications of cyber threat intelligence. This training upskills the workforce with skills to identify, analyze, and mitigate potential cyber threats. Additionally, employees gain insights on how to defend against them proactively.

24 - 32 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
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Threat Intelligence Training

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On-site or Online Threat Intelligence Training - Get the best Threat Intelligence training from top-rated instructors to upskill your teams.

The Threat Intelligence training course, led by expert instructors, offers an immersive learning experience in cybersecurity threat intelligence. Professionals will delve into identifying, analyzing, and mitigating digital threats in this course. The curriculum is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge on various aspects of threat intelligence, encompassing the methodologies for collecting and interpreting data about potential cyber threats.

This instructor-led training, available both virtually and onsite, ensures an interactive and engaging learning environment. Professionals will explore topics like cyber threat landscapes, types of cyber threats, intelligence-gathering techniques, and tools for threat analysis. The course emphasizes practical skills in handling real-world scenarios, including using advanced software and analytical tools specific to threat intelligence.

Threat Intelligence Training for Employees: Key Learning Outcomes

Develop essential skills from Edstellar, an industry-recognized Threat Intelligence training provider. Professionals who complete Threat Intelligence training will be able to:

  • Ability to identify and analyze potential cyber threats using advanced techniques and tools
  • Familiarity with legal and ethical considerations in threat intelligence gathering and dissemination
  • Skills in collecting, processing, and interpreting intelligence data to inform cybersecurity strategies
  • Practical experience in using threat intelligence platforms and tools to monitor and assess threats
  • Improved incident response capabilities, enabling quicker and more effective action in the face of security breaches
  • Enhanced ability to contribute to the organization's overall cybersecurity strategy by proactively managing and mitigating risks
  • Comprehensive understanding of current and emerging cyber threat landscapes, including various types of cyber threats and their impacts

Key Benefits of the Training

Following are some of the key benefits of Edstellar's onsite / virtual Threat Intelligence training:

  • Trained staff can identify potential threats early, allowing for preemptive actions to mitigate risks
  • Knowledge of current and emerging cyber threats can provide a competitive edge in technology and security awareness
  • Employees gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest cyber threats, leading to a stronger overall cybersecurity defense
  • Decision-makers are better informed about the cybersecurity landscape, enabling smarter choices regarding strategies and investments
  • The course equips employees with the skills to respond effectively to cybersecurity incidents, reducing potential damage and recovery time

Threat Intelligence Training Topics and Outline

Our virtual and on-premise Threat Intelligence training curriculum is designed by experts according to current industry requirements. This training program provides an interactive learning experience focused on the dynamic demands of the field, making it relevant and practical for every participant.

  1. Understanding intelligence
    • Intelligence lexicon and definitions
    • Traditional intelligence cycle
    • Richards Heuer, Jr., Sherman Kent, and intelligence tradecraft
    • Structured analytical techniques
  2. Understanding cyber threat intelligence
    • Defining threats
    • Understanding risk
    • Cyber threat intelligence and its role
    • Expectations of organizations and analysts
    • Diamond model and activity groups
    • Four types of threat detection
  3. Threat intelligence consumption
    • Sliding scale of cybersecurity
    • Consuming intelligence for different goals
    • Enabling other teams with intelligence
  4. Positioning the team to generate intelligence
    • Building an intelligence team
    • Positioning the team in the organization
    • Prerequisites for intelligence generation
  5. Planning and direction (developing requirements)
    • Intelligence requirements
    • Priority intelligence requirements
    • Beginning the intelligence lifecycle
    • Threat modeling
  1. Primary collection source: intrusion analysis
    • Intrusion analysis as a core skillset
    • Methods to performing intrusion analysis
    • Intrusion kill chain
    • MITRE ATT&CK
    • Diamond model
  2. Kill Chain Courses of Action
    • Passively discovering activity in historical data and logs
    • Detecting future threat actions and capabilities
    • Denying access to threats
    • Delaying and degrading adversary tactics and malware
  3. Kill chain deep dive
    • Scenario introduction
    • Notification of malicious activity
    • Pivoting off of a single indicator to discover adversary activity
    • Identifying and categorizing malicious actions
    • Using network and host-based data
    • Interacting with incident response teams
    • Interacting with Malware reverse engineers
    • Effectively leveraging requests for information
  4. Handling multiple kill chains
    • Identifying different simultaneous intrusions
    • Managing and constructing multiple kill chains
    • Linking related intrusions
    • Extracting knowledge from the intrusions for long-term tracking
  1. Collection source: Malware
    • Data from malware analysis
    • Key data types to analyze and pivot on
    • Virustotal and malware parsers
    • Identifying intrusion patterns and key indicators
  2. Collection source: domains
    • Domain deep dive
    • Different types of adversary domains
    • Pivoting off of information in domains
  3. Collection source: external datasets
    • Building repositories from external datasets
    • Open-source intelligence collection tools and frameworks
  4. Collection Source: Malware
    • Data from Malware analysis
    • Key data types to analyze and pivot on
    • Virustotal and malware parsers
    • Identifying intrusion patterns and key indicators
  5. Collection source: domains
    • Domain deep dive
    • Different types of adversary domains
    • Pivoting off of information in domains
  1. Collection source: external datasets
    • Building repositories from external datasets
    • Open-source intelligence collection tools and frameworks
  1. Exploitation: storing and structuring data
    • Storing threat data
    • Threat information sharing
    • MISP as a storage platform
  2. Analysis: logical fallacies and cognitive biases
    • Logical fallacies
    • Cognitive biases
    • Common cyber threat intelligence informal fallacies
  3. Analysis: exploring hypotheses
    • Analysis of competing hypotheses
    • Hypotheses generation
    • Understanding and identifying knowledge gaps
  4. Analysis: different types of analysis
    • Visual analysis
    • data analysis
    • Temporal analysis
    • Case Study: panama papers
    • Analysis: clustering intrusions
    • Style guide
    • Names and clustering rules
  5. ACH for intrusions
  6. Activity groups and diamond model for clusters
    • Style guide
    • Names and clustering rules
    • ACH for intrusions
    • Activity groups and diamond model for clusters
  1. Logical fallacies and cognitive biases
    • Identifying and defeating bias
    • Logical fallacies and examples
    • Common cyber threat intelligence informal fallacies
    • Cognitive biases and examples
  2. Dissemination: tactical
    • Understanding the audience and consumer
    • Threat data feeds and their limitations
  3. Dissemination: operational
    • Different methods of campaign correlation
    • Understanding perceived adversary intentions
    • Leveraging the diamond model for campaign analysis
  4. Dissemination: strategic
    • Report writing pitfalls
    • Report writing best practices
    • Different types of strategic output

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Threat Intelligence Corporate Training Prices

Elevate your team's Threat Intelligence skills with our Threat Intelligence corporate training course. Choose from transparent pricing options tailored to your needs. Whether you have a training requirement for a small group or for large groups, our training solutions have you covered.

Request for a quote to know about our Threat Intelligence corporate training cost and plan the training initiative for your teams. Our cost-effective Threat Intelligence training pricing ensures you receive the highest value on your investment.

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Our customized corporate training packages offer various benefits. Maximize your organization's training budget and save big on your Threat Intelligence training by choosing one of our training packages. This option is best suited for organizations with multiple training requirements. Our training packages are a cost-effective way to scale up your workforce skill transformation efforts..

Starter Package

125 licenses

64 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Tailored for SMBs

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Growth Package

350 licenses

160 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Ideal for growing SMBs

Enterprise Package

900 licenses

400 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Designed for large corporations

Custom Package

Unlimited licenses

Unlimited duration

Designed for large corporations

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This Corporate Training for Threat Intelligence is ideal for:

Threat Intelligence training course is designed for security practitioners, incident response team members, threat hunters, security operations center personnel, digital forensic analysts, Malware analysts, federal agents, law enforcement officials, and technical managers.

Prerequisites for Threat Intelligence Training

Professionals can take the Threat Intelligence training course with a basic understanding of the command line in Linux and familiarity with security terminology.

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The instructor-led Threat Intelligence Training training is conducted by certified trainers with extensive expertise in the field. Participants will benefit from the instructor's vast knowledge, gaining valuable insights and practical skills essential for success in Threat Intelligence practices.

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