The Evolving Role of the Intelligence Cycle in Cybersecurity

The intelligence cycle is a process that follows five steps: direction, collection, processing, analysis and production, and dissemination. This cycle was consequential during the Cold War and into much of the early 21st century. But, does it fit into current cybersecurity processes?

Listen to Vince Peeler, manager of intelligence services – cyber defense at Optum and Lauren Zabierek, senior analyst and manager for the U.S. public sector intelligence services team at Recorded Future to learn:

  • Which pieces of the intelligence cycle fit and where.
  • The three levels of analysis — strategic, operational, and tactical.
  • How to manage the ever-increasing amounts of data.
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