INSA Cyber Intelligence Sub-Council

The INSA Cyber Intelligence Sub-Council consists of individuals from government, the private sector, and academia with an interest in promoting the discipline of cyber intelligence as an emerging yet essential component of organizational cybersecurity. Since 2011, the Task Force has published a series of white papers on the strategic, operational, and tactical value of cyber intelligence to organizations from the public, private, nonprofit and academic sectors. All of the white papers are available in the White Paper Library.

Learn more about the Sub-Council, and its current effort to develop a comprehensive, cross-sector understanding of cyber threat indicators and warning (I&W), on its Cyber Intelligence Blog.





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Cyber Intelligence White Papers
 Tactical Cyber Intelligence (12/17/2015) 
 

Since 2013, the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) Cyber Intelligence Task Force has presented foundational thinking and approaches to the discipline, paying particular attention to how cyber intelligence functions at the strategic an...

 Cyber Intelligence: Preparing Today's Talents for Tomorrow's Threats (9/9/2015) 
 

Though essential to an organization’s cyber activities, cyber intelligence as a professional discipline is relatively emergent, particularly its unique tradecraft – a blend of technical knowledge (e.g., network operations, communications, and perhaps...

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Cyber Council Events
 2016 Intelligence and National Security Summit (9/7/2016) 
 

From September 7 – 8, 2016, AFCEA International (AFCEA) and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) hosted the third annual Intelligence and National Security Summit at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center....

 The Cyber Intelligence Discussion Series (10/1/2015) 
 

The Cyber Intelligence Discussion Series, co-hosted by The Institute of World Politics (IWP) and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA), will examine the emergent discipline of cyber intelligence as an integral component of organizati...

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