ST 8513: Cyber Threat Intelligence

2 Credits

The educational objective of this course is to provide students the foundational theory and applied skill in cyber threat intelligence analysis. This includes all phases of the intelligence life cycle: requirements development, collection, analysis methods, and reports and briefings for organizational leaders to influence risk-based cyber security decisions. The class counts as an elective for the MSST major and is also open to other graduate students after consultation with the director of graduate studies and a background check.

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