Anomali, based in Redwood City, CA, and Boston, MA-based Treadstone 71, which delivers cyber intelligence, counterintelligence, infiltration, clandestine cyber HUMINT, OSINT training and analysis, announced on February 8 a partnership to deliver cyber and threat intelligence information and training. Anomali is providing opt-in ThreatStream access to all Treadstone 71 students as part of the Treadstone 71 Cyber Intelligence Training package.
“Many of our customers ask for additional training and understanding of the intelligence process and lifecycle,” said Dan Barahona, chief marketing officer at Anomali. “The work that Treadstone 71 is doing to help educate both current cybersecurity professionals and industry veterans is vital to the health of the sector. No matter how you look at it, the best way to combat threats is to stay ahead of them. This relationship will allow us to provide an even wider customer base with the tools to do just that.”
Through the partnership, Treadstone 71 students will have the opportunity to use the Anomali ThreatStream platform, the industry leading threat intelligence platform that facilitates collection, data management, enrichment, normalization, analysis and sharing. Participants will be able to use the tool for class case studies and for up to 30 days thereafter. As part of the program, in a push to inspire cybersecurity professionals to continue threat education, students will also receive additional discounts to Treadstone 71 training during enrollment.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for our students,” said Jeff Bardin, chief intelligence officer for Treadstone 71. “Full access to ThreatStream will provide our students with a unique opportunity to learn with cutting edge tools. Our case studies use real-world targets, so having this powerful tool on hand in class will further assist students with building actionable intelligence to align indicators of compromise with adversaries and their tactics.”
Source: Anomai and Treadstone 71