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Course Description

Threat intelligence continues to gain a more prominent role in enhancing organizational security and risk management. A critical part of threat intelligence is understanding how mindset and biases play a role in strategies, tactics and vital decisions that may ultimately prevent an attack from being successful. Perception and deception are effective adversarial tactics, knowing your own and your team’s mindsets and biases can assist in getting ahead of the game.

Learning Objectives

This one-day training provides attendees with a foundational understanding how mindset and biases can directly affect threat intelligence.

Principal objectives of this course:

• Understand surprising facts on how mindsets and biases are created

• Create awareness of individual mindsets and how they affect our decisions

• Define the critical role of mindset and biases in threat intelligence

• Develop mindset skills to better identify risks, adversarial focus and threat scenarios

• Apply mindset and bias knowledge to critical decisions

• Understand the role of perception and deception in intelligence tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs)

• Learn key concepts and practical application of using mindsets and biases to your advantage

Who should attend?

• Security and Threat Intelligence Professionals: Enhance your career and skills and learn to proactively identify insider threat activities.

• Attorneys: Enhance legal activities, investigations and interviewing skills by creating an awareness of insider motivation and techniques.

• Managers and Executives: Understand insider threat indicators, motivation and tradecraft to prioritize and address risk.

• Risk, Compliance and Human Resource Professionals: Understand insider threats and enhance knowledge of potential risks before they happen.

• Federal Agents and Law Enforcement: Master techniques to identify insider threats for advanced investigations and to improve job skills.

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