Through the user interactive labs the student will learn:
- Profiling Phases
- Correlation and Analysis
- Waves of investigation
- Profiling inputs
- Decision process
Threat intelligence, incident response, and information security professionals, forensic investigators or others requiring an understanding of how to handle the challenges of profiling adversaries.
Threat Intelligence experience suggested.
1205 Sam Bass Road, Suite 300
Round Rock, TX 78681
Monty St John has been in the security world for more than two decades. When he is not responding to incidents he teaches classes in Threat Intelligence, Incident Response and Digital Forensics.
Certification of Completion
This class introduces students to concepts drawn from criminal and behavioral profiling. Building on the key concepts of tangible evidence and observation, students are interactively lead through sessions to use the methodology of “Why + How = Who”, which was pioneered by John E. Douglas for the FBI Behavioral Unit. Through labs, students view the elements of threats, e.g.Payload, Tactics, Procedures, Goals, Strategies, and Indicators through the lens of this methodology. Finally, students organize and build profiles of intelligence and connect them to adversary identities.