Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst

At the drop of a hat, new viruses and malware are discovered. We are constantly confronted with new types of malware and soon find another. Many organizations are also surrounded by unknown threat agents that aren’t visible to everyone. To mitigate unknown and known threats effectively, organizations require a professional approach.

The market for “Threat intelligence analysts” is growing. One report claims that the threat intelligence market will be worth $12.6 billion in 2025 (Certified Target Intelligence Analyst).
EC-Council offers the CTIA (Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst) certification to meet this demand. CTIA helps to convert unknown threats and threats into known threats so they can be effectively dealt with. According to the EC- Council, the CTIA is a method-driven program. It uses a holistic approach that covers concepts such as building a report to disseminate threat intelligence and planning the threat intelligence project.
The threat intelligence analyst uses a proactive approach to information security rather than a reactive one. He collects intelligence data from different sources and maps it to the real threats an organization might face every day. This helps to reduce cyber threats to any organization.
We provide more information about the course and exam.
The course:
The following modules are covered in the ‘Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst’ course:
Threat Intelligence: Introduction
Cyber threats and kill-chain methodology
Requirements, Planning and Direction.
Data collection and processing
Data Analysis
Intelligence Reporting and Dissemination
Exam details:
Here are some details about the exam:
The exam has 50 questions
The exam lasts approximately 2 hours
Multiple-choice questions are part of the exam.
70% is the passing score
It is not up to you.
This exam is intended for mid-level and senior-level security professionals. The CTIA exam is open to security professionals with 2 or more years experience, such as security hackers, security engineers, threat hunters and malware analysts.
A candidate with 2 years work experience can submit a $100 non-refundable registration fee. The candidate then proceeds to purchase the exam voucher ($250) to attempt the exam.
If the candidate has received EC-Council training at an accredited Training Center, via iClass platform or at an approved academic institution, he/she does not need to pay the registration fees. After the course fee has been paid, the candidate can take the exam at the conclusion of the course.
This blog post provided details about the CTIA exam.
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Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst. (n.d.). Retrieved from ec-council.org: https://www.eccouncil.org/programs/certified-threat-intelligence-analyst-ctia/

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