“The reason we started TeamWorx Security was to help protect our country from cyber threats and the publication of the Cyber Threat Intelligence Field Manual is an important part of our mission,” says Chris Anthony, lead author of the FM and co–founder of TeamWorx Security. “I started thinking about this book eight years ago and writing it has been a true team effort. This manual will be an invaluable resource to cyber threat intelligence analysts. I’m so proud of our folks at TeamWorx Security who helped this dream become a reality: Rick Chapman, Jordan Creamer, Allissa Race, Alexander Lothstein, Laura Nolan, and Sam Ingalls.”
The Cyber Threat Intelligence Field Manual will help readers:
2. Equip analysts with the ability to serve and protect their teams through practicing CTI.
3. Streamline communication between CTI analysts and traditional teams.
4. Challenge CTI analysts to contribute to overall cyber and organizational objectives.
Part 2: How CTI Works – Covers CTI analyst preparation, threat modeling, analysis tools, applications of CTI, and indicators of compromise (IOCs).
Part 3: Integrating CTI – Covers building a CTI team and cybersecurity plan, including setting and measuring goals, examining legal considerations, and evaluating authorities.
The Cyber Threat Intelligence Field Manual is available for purchase on Amazon.
TeamWorx Security was founded in 2016 by Chris Anthony and Laura Nolan as a spin-off from the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), a national research lab where we developed solutions to improve our nation’s ability to defend itself from advanced cyber threats. TeamWorx Security is a military veteran-owned business. We are hyper-focused on moving data to decisions faster. Our customers span defense, cyber, critical infrastructure, and emergency managers around the globe.
Chris’s career spans the military, government, and academia. As CEO of TeamWorx Security, Chris spends his time growing and nurturing a team that supports the best customers in the world. As a military veteran, he is passionate and supports military veterans and military veteran entrepreneurs. As an engineer, he loves designing, building, and creating solutions that reside at the intersection of government and commercial industry. Chris is a former lecturer at the Johns Hopkins University Department of Engineering and an adjunct of Advanced Cyber Intelligence at the University of South Florida. Chris received his master’s degree from Norwich University and is a graduate of the Army’s prestigious Ranger School. Chris has spent most of his military career with the Army Rangers, 10th Special Forces Group, and the Intelligence Community.