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Successful completion of this exam will demonstrate a candidate’s ability to understand technical requirements establish information sharing goals, identify cyber threat information sources, scope information sharing activities, develop rules that control the publication and distribution of threat information, engage with existing sharing communities, and make effective use of threat information in support of the organization’s overall cybersecurity practices. This exam will demonstrate a candidate’s ability to use different types of Intelligence Sources (Intel such as: GEOINT, MASINT, SIGINT, and OSINT) and utilize the collaboration and visualization tools, applications, and programs used by the various sources to maintain battlespace awareness.
The candidate’s understanding of being able to gather and synthesize all-source Intel-related information to support the battlespace and promote situational awareness across the IC and broader US Government. Intelligence software tools and program, interaction in collaborative environments, records management, and metadata and writing comprehensive and cohesive documents will also be demonstrated. They will demonstrate understanding of the policy framework and the core policy elements. The candidate will be able to implement system-level security principles in the design, development, and operation of all-source analysis tools and environment for an organization, entity, or system. The candidate will be able demonstrate their ability to implement security and privacy controls for federal information systems and other organizations.
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Analyzes data/information from one or multiple sources to conduct preparation of the environment, respond to requests for information, and submit intelligence collection and production requirements in support of planning and operations.