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Cyber Threat Intelligence Analysis Manager

Threat Intelligence Analysis allows analysts to gain tactical, operational, and strategic advantages for customers of their intelligence product. Using highly developed analytical skills, analysts can maximise the benefits and efficiency of their supporting technology and automation, and significantly increase the security posture of their organisation.

About this course

This course is a collaboration between UTS and ITIC, designed to ITIC logo[1].png counterbalance the lack of human training in automated Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI). Many cybersecurity managers – despite their advanced skill and experience – focus solely on technology and overlook the most valuable component of the intelligence process: the Analyst.

Cyber Threat Intelligence Analysis Manager provides the same training as that given by military intelligence schools and is not formerly available to civilians. Automation and software are important tools, but they are not the “heart and soul” of threat intelligence. While they streamline data collection and reporting, the most powerful tool in any intelligence arsenal is the human mind.



Key benefits of this course

  • Gain specialised skills and knowledge in the field of Threat Intelligence, which has seen strong demand for qualified professionals
  • Expertly designed curriculum that aligns with government and industry published Cyber Security frameworks and standards
  • Learn from industry experts who bring their Cyber Intelligence experience working in the military, government, and private sectors into the classroom. 


Full price: $4,345 (GST-inclusive)*

*Price subject to change. Please check price at time of purchase.

Discounts are available for this course. For further details and to verify if you qualify, please check the Discounts section under Additional course information.

Enrolment conditions

COVID-19 response 

Additional course information

Course outline

  1. The Purpose and Value of Intelligence
  2. The Intelligence Process and Life Cycle
  3. Adversaries in the Modern Threat Landscape
  4. Enhancing Analytical and Logical Reasoning Skills
  5. Managing the Information Collection Process
  6. Determining the Root Cause of Intelligence Issues
  7. Creating Targeting Models and Intelligence Profiles
  8. Evaluating Intelligence Sources and Evidence
  9. Predicting the Adversary’s Planning and Operations
  10. Structured Techniques for Intelligence Management
  11. Identifying and Exploiting Network Relationships
  12. Using Simulations for Intelligence Decisions
  13. Making Decisions Based on Potential Outcomes
  14. Considerations for Creating an Intelligence Team

Course learning objectives

This course strengthens the abilities of analyst’s minds in topics such as the Target-Centric Intelligence Life Cycle, Analytical Skill Development, Collection Management, Targeting Models, Structured Analytic Techniques, and considerations for creating high-performing Intelligence Teams.

It allows analysts to gain tactical, operational, and strategic advantages for customers of their intelligence product. Using highly developed analytical skills, analysts can maximise the benefits and efficiency of their supporting technology and automation, and significantly increase the security posture of their organisation.



To complete this online course, you will need:

  • A personal computer with adequate internet access and sufficient software and bandwidth to support web conferencing
  • An operating system with a web browser compatible with CanvasZoom and Microsoft Teams.


Discounts are available for this course as follows:

  • 15% discount for Sunsuper members

Discounts cannot be combined and only one discount can be applied per person per course session. Discounts can only be applied to the full price. Discounts cannot be applied to any offered special price. 

How to obtain your discount voucher code

  • If you are eligible for any of the external discounts, you will need to contact UTS Open Support, in order to receive a discount voucher code to use for registration

How to apply your discount voucher   

  • Add this course to your cart 
  • Click on "View Cart" (blue shopping trolley at top right of screen). You will need to sign in or sign up to UTS Open 
  • Enter your eligible code beneath the “Have a code?” prompt and click on the blue "Apply" button 
  • Verify your voucher code has been successfully applied before clicking on the blue "Checkout" button. 

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Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for:

  • SOC/NOC Analysts
  • Law Enforcement Investigators
  • Red Team and Blue Team Members
  • Threat/Warning Intelligence Analysts.

Participants in this course should have knowledge of threat and vulnerability assessments, threat intelligence software and automation, and at least 12 months of experience in their respective roles.  An understanding of intelligence analysis concepts is desirable but not required.



17 October




5 days

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Meet the Expert

Michael I. Kaplan

Michael I. Kaplan

Michael I. Kaplan is the Director of Operations for Phase2 Advantage, a cybersecurity training and publishing company based in Savannah, Georgia. He is also the Chairman of the Savannah Technical College Cybersecurity Advisory Committee and heavily involved in curriculum design initiatives. Michael has written numerous courses and cybersecurity training programs for corporate, academic, and government personnel. He has also developed training programs for Law Enforcement and Fugitive Task Force Investigators on the topics of Criminal Topology, Forensic Document Analysis, and Investigations.

Michael's technical areas of specialization are Incident Handling and Response, Network Forensics, Digital Forensics, and Information Technology Risk Management. He also provides consulting services for government, corporate, and academic organizations both domestically and internationally.

Michael is a military veteran and a national advocate for the military affiliate community.

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Jeffery Whitton

Jeffery Whitton

Jeffery is a global senior executive consultant with over 35 years professional experience in information technology, telecommunications, specialising in cyber security and IT infrastructures. His strong technology background was gained working for leading Australian and overseas telecommunication providers and for the last 22 years he has been the CEO of an ICT, MSP, MSSP integration company, servicing Australia, New Zealand and Asia. This saw him consult into a diverse range of industry sectors including all tiers of  government, education, utilities, finance, mining, airline, banking, health, energy, construction and IT, with stakeholders at board and C-levels across both business and government organisations.

Jeffery is a passionate believer of genuine diversity and continuing professional education; he is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, member of the Australian Information Security Association and for the past 17 years has been a local government councillor.

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Book a session

Mon 17 Oct 2022 -
Fri 21 Oct 2022
Expert: Michael I. Kaplan, Jeffery Whitton
  • Online via Zoom
  • Online
  • 5 sessions, 40 hours total

To attend this virtual classroom course you will need a personal computer with adequate internet access, web conferencing capability and an operating system with a web browser compatible with Canvas, Zoom and Microsoft Teams.

Enrolments are scheduled to close on Friday, 14 October 2022 at 5pm (AEDT).  

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