Cyber Intelligence addresses industry concepts and misconceptions to properly identify intelligence as key concept and clearly define what Intelligence is and what it is not.
CSCIS looks at understanding cyber intelligence trajectories and their associated national, economic, and cybersecurity implications to deliver a realistic context on intelligence, its relationship to cyberspace.
Promote : Fundamental long-range thinking across sectors and about a host of global strategic issues.
Defining Intelligence : Intelligence – Foreknowledge of an Adversary. This explores the definitions, processes and procedures in creating utilizing and exploiting Intelligence.
Defining The Threat Actors : There are many levels of ‘threat’ in cyber space. Identifying them, and their focus is a key element of managing the risk to networks, and internet sites.
National Profiles : Detailed examinations of a country’s attitudes toward the Internet and cyber-crime.
Actor Profiles: These profiles examine specific individuals, groups and/or organizations. Part of the examination includes their relationship to a sponsor or host country. Also examined are what they target and what their apparent objectives are.
Detailed examinations of specific attacks and attackers : This includes the apparent objectives, targeting behind them, attack methodologies, described as techniques, tactics and procedures (TTP ) with the intention is to forecast the probability of future attacks for an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actor.