This wiki is an online system for collaborative data sharing built and used by Treadstone 71 to aid in building Cyber Threat Intelligence programs while establishing intelligence sharing and communities of interest. CyberIntellipedia consists of multiple sections covering strategic planning, policies, procedures, templates, taxonomy, examples, dossiers, finished intelligence, estimative intelligence, open-source tools, adversary research, process flow diagrams, reporting, analytic tools and methods, threat intelligence TTPs, and more. From job descriptions and C-Suite presentations to cyber intelligence maturity models and threat matrices, Treadstone 71 is now selling the CyberIntellipedia to the public beginning December 20, 2019. Initial access is screened with tiered pricing. Tiered pricing includes full access to access to the forum area. We are seeking beta testers to participate in the review at discounted pricing.
CyberIntellipedia aligns with the Treadstone 71 trainings including aspects of cyber intelligence tradecraft and cyber counterintelligence tradecraft. The wiki follows the intelligence lifecycle providing in-depth documentation for each aspect of the iterative process. We continue to enhance and build CyberIntellipedia including adding a historical cyber adversary component covering attacks, adversaries, their methods, tactics, techniques, and procedures indexed for rapid search.
CyberIntellipedia delivers the tools necessary to build a sustainable program. The wiki gives users access to twelve years of effort demonstrating proven success for cyber threat intelligence strategies, operational efficiencies, tactical methods, and technical alignment. Organizations pay hundreds of thousands of dollars over years of labor to establish what is in the Cyber & Threat Intelligence Wiki - CyberIntellipedia. With guidance and time-based direction, clients can build a complete intelligence program, educate stakeholders, staff, and leadership, without the usual massive outlay for time and materials, and commitment to constant consultant change orders.
Wikis are about as simple as can be. That simply means that people find them easy to use, just like e-mail and blogs. Like e-mail and blogs, wikis also perform a very useful service in a simple way. A wiki allows a community of interested people to enter and communally edit shared data. Although the documentation included in the full package is open for peer review and suggested changes, that documentation is under the auspices of Treadstone 71. Customers may wish to license the complete CyberIntellipedia library for their own use. Treadstone 71 has a model in process for such a need. Our hope is for the cyber intelligence community of interest represented in CyberIntellipedia to present fundamental principles that guide the understanding of cyber & threat intelligence. Through open intelligence sharing, trusted users may wish to assist in coordinating proactive action towards common community objectives. The market is full of technologies driving technical solutions. CyberIntellipedia is a labor of love that is a full-spectrum, cyber & threat intelligence product designed as an in-depth knowledge-base gleaned from years of hands-on experience.
Treadstone 71 is making the CyberIntellipedia available for public purchase beginning as a trial (December 2019) to iron out the kinks. Stay tuned for more information or contact us expressing your potential level of interest.
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