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Creating Intelligence with Falcon - CST 330

WGAC-CRO-CST330

Crowdstrike Training Courses Certification

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Description

This course introduces the doctrinal concepts of gathering and analyzing information to create intelligence products. It includes cyber threat intelligence methodologies but is more broadly focused on general intelligence doctrine. This is an introductory-level intelligence course and is appropriate for techies and non-techies alike who have little or no experience in intelligence functions and production. This course is intended for managers, report writers, intelligence consumers and analysts of all types.

To obtain the maximum benefit from this class, you should meet the following requirements:

  • Comprehend course curriculum presented in English
  • Completion of FHT 100 & FHT 101 course material in CrowdStrike University (or experience using CrowdStrike® Falcon)
  • Perform basic operations on a personal computer
  • Be familiar with Microsoft Windows environment

Students who complete this course should be able to:

  • Retrieve intelligence reporting and data from various Falcon applications
  • Relate basic intelligence processes and concepts to technical data
  • Justify proposed security changes to an environment based on own intelligence analysis
  • Support your organization's overall security posture by contributing customized, highlevel cyber threat reporting

INTRODUCTION

  • Who we are
  • Who you are
  • Administrative items
  • Course overview/agenda

CROWDSTRIKE FALCON

  • Falcon applications
  • Falcon intelligence

Review of each Falcon Intel module

  • Student exercise

Discover detection in Insight and follow links to associated intelligence reporting

INTELLIGENCE 101

  • Concepts of intelligence

Contrasting information from intelligence

Intel as a process, product and organization

Introduction to tactical, operational and strategic intelligence

Goals of an intelligence program

Various types of intelligence

  • Characteristics of effective intelligence

Attributes of effective intelligence

Intelligence frameworks

Creating a flexible framework

High-order intel program capabilities

  • The intelligence process

The intelligence cycle & proces

Key considerations of an intel framework

  • Intelligence consumers

Various levels of consumers

Consumer level-appropriate reporting

  • Intelligence reach

External collaboration

Intel sharing platforms

CrowdStrike® intelligence

INTEL REQUIREMENTS

  • Requirements process
  • Framing the intel problem
  • Introduction to structured argumentation
  • Forming a requirement hierarchy
  • Student exercise

Group exercise to create standing and ad-hoc requirements

INTEL COLLECTION

  • Selecting sources of information
  • Collection aggregation and storage
  • Legalities of collection
  • Timing of collection
  • Student exercise

Group exercise to identify and gather sources of information

INTEL ANALYSIS

  • Concept of exactness
  • Types of analysis
  • The analytic process
  • Analytic views and models
  • Traits of a good analyst
  • Student exercise

Individual and group tasks to analyze collected information

INTEL PRODUCTION

  • Echelons of reporting
  • Proper report formatting
  • The reporting framework
  • Challenges of production
  • Student exercise

Individual and group tasks to report on collected and analyzed information/intelligence

FRAMEWORK VALIDATION

  • Intelligence framework concepts
  • Intelligence validation
  • Framework validation
  • Student exercise

Group discussion and validation of student-built intel framework

FALCON SPOTLIGHT & FALCON X

  • Introduction to Falcon Spotlight and Falcon X
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