Treadstone 71 Cyber Intelligence Capability Maturity Model
Discover the Edge with Treadstone 71: Transforming Cyber Intelligence for Your Success
Are you ready to elevate your organization's cyber and threat intelligence initiatives? Treadstone 71 presents a unique and innovative Cyber Intelligence Capability Maturity Model, meticulously crafted over eight years. This model is designed to align with the cyber intelligence common body of knowledge (CICBOK), providing a clear roadmap for your journey to optimal cyber intelligence maturity.
Through strategic and operational insights, our model pinpoints exactly where your cyber intelligence stands today, where it needs to head, and where to focus your attention. The ultimate goal? Creating unparalleled value for your business.
Harnessing traditional tradecraft from industry experts like Sherman Kent and Richards Heuer, coupled with intelligence community standards, analytic principles, and years of hands-on experience, Treadstone 71's Cyber Intelligence Capability Maturity Model isn't just a tool; it's a transformation.
Join us in shaping the future of cyber intelligence. With Treadstone 71, you’re not just staying ahead of threats – you’re leading the way. Explore how we've been assessing, building, and training for success. Your future starts here with Treadstone 71.
- Assesses your current status
- Delivers a roadmap for rapid maturity gains
- Visualizes status and reporting
- Tailored goals and objectives for maturity measurement
- Built to easily transition to daily execution
- Creates goals, initiatives, and desired outcomes
- Measures monthly programs against the target
- Allows for rapid adjustments
Sample area of measure - Introduction to Intelligence
Level 1 - Initial
Intelligence lifecycle not used. No awareness of intelligence community functions and organization.
Intelligence classification markings not in place.
Level 2 – Repeatable
Limited use of the intelligence lifecycle and classification markings. Some awareness of intelligence community functions and organization.
Level 3 – Defined
Intelligence lifecycle deployed and regularly used. Classification markings applied to most documents.
Intelligence community functions, organization, roles and responsibilities defined.
Level 4 – Managed
Intelligence lifecycle documented deployed and integrated with standard processes. Classification markings applied to all documents. Intelligence community functions, organization, roles and responsibilities integrated into annual funding, HR, and organizational priorities.
Level 5 - Optimized
Intelligence lifecycle documented, deployed and integrated with standard processes, and measured for performance improvements and innovation - used as a KPR. Classification markings applied to all documents. Intelligence community functions, organization, roles and responsibilities integrated into annual funding, HR, and organizational priorities, integrated with other organizational intelligence functions (business, marketing, competitive).
There is a time when spend is no longer worth the maturity gains. Treadstone 71 ensures you do not go beyond this level while sustaining a solid ‘3’. As you approach an overall average of three, it is time to drop the maturity effort and move to cycle time reduction, improvements in execution, and more efforts to estimate and forecast for prevention. The Figure on the next page defines that model.
- Analysis - Reports and Briefs
- Adversary Baseball Cards
- Cyber Intelligence Capability Maturity Model Assessments
- OPSEC Assessment - Intelligence Preparation of the Cyber Battlefield
- Interim Head of Intelligence
- Internal Intelligence Communities of Interest
- Intelligence Requirements
- Threat Intelligence Platform Selection and Rollout
- Data Sheet Request
- PIRs - How to build them properly