Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst Course in Rohini
Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst Course in Rohini is designed and developed in collaboration with cybersecurity and threat intelligence experts across the globe to help organizations identify and mitigate business risks by converting unknown internal and external threats into known threats. It is a comprehensive, specialist-level program that teaches a structured approach to building effective threat intelligence.
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What will you Learn in Ec-council CTIA Course in Rohini?
In Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst Course, CTIA Course 6 comprehensive modules covered in this Eccouncil CTIA Course Training
➜ Module 01 : Introduction to Threat Intelligence
➜ Module 02 : Cyber Threats and Kill Chain Methodology
➜ Module 03 : Requirements, Planning, Direction, and Review
➜ Module 04 : Data Collection and Processing
➜ Module 05 : Data Analysis
➜ Module 06 : Intelligence Reporting and Dissemination
➝ Course Duration : 60 Hours
➝ Course Level : Intermediate
➝ Language : English, Hindi
➝ Course Delivery : Classroom Training
➝ Include : Training & Certificate
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About Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst Course in Rohini
Cyber threat analysts are professional intelligence officers who apply their scientific and technical knowledge to solving complex intelligence problems, produce short-term and long-term written assessments, and brief the organization. This work demands initiative, creativity, analytical skills, and technical expertise.
Threat intelligence solutions gather raw data about emerging or existing threat actors and threats from a number of sources. This data is then analyzed and filtered to produce threat intel feeds and management reports that contain information that can be used by automated security control solutions.
Threat Intelligence can make up a small portion of the threat hunting process. However, subscribing to a threat intelligence feed does not automatically satisfy the need to threat hunt your network. A proper threat hunt can identify threats even when they have not yet been seen in the wild.
This research outlines a practical and rigorous model to conduct a threat hunt to discover attacker presence by using six stages: purpose, scope, equip, plan review, execute, and feedback. This research defines threat hunting as the proactive, analyst-driven process to search for attacker TTP within an environment.