Professors in Practice - Session 2: Cyber Threat Intelligence: Practical Applications and Impact of Information Sharing

11:00 AM
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Session 2: Cyber Threat Intelligence: Practical Applications and Impact of Information Sharing 
With Professor JD Work on August 12, 2022: 11 a.m - Noon EDT

  • Professor Work will discuss cyber intelligence communities of practice, exploring their capabilities, production and the various dimensions to be considered when evaluating new reporting. He will look at how traditional tradecraft is sustained and adapted, and how new work practices change in contemporary distributed environments, as well as the risks that such changes can introduce across the intelligence enterprise. Explore the tensions between different incentives underpinning various business models for intelligence as an activity, and the challenges of cyber threat information sharing that can arise in session 2 of our four-part series on Cyber Threat Intelligence and Zero Trust Architecture.

Key topics covered:

  • Understanding sources of cyber intelligence visibility
  • Evaluating private sector cyber intelligence production based on differing business models and incentives
  • The complications of cyber intelligence providers operating in a global market
  • Changing tradecraft and emerging pathologies
  • Implications of intelligence made public during crises


  • All Professors in Practice events are hosted in the Adobe Connect meeting room.
  • This training will utilize the Adobe Connect audio functionality and capabilities. There will be no external dial in. Students will need to use headphones and their internal computer microphone and speakers.
  • If you require reasonable accommodation to fully participate in this virtual event, please let us know at least five business days prior to the training with the type of support you need.

Additional Details

Course Length
1 hour
Host Organization

Homeland Security