Using BRI principles delivered through FIA training, security teams better understand threats, prioritize responses, make more informed decisions, and become a critical resource for developing and driving risk intelligence application across the business.
Foundational Seminars: FIA seminars provide the foundational framework to the BRI practice. Seminars are intended to give individuals strategic insights to deal with risks and threats across their organization. Seminars run one-to-two hours. FIA offers two seminar topics:
Introduction to Business Risk Intelligence: In this seminar, Flashpoint introduces the BRI framework and methodology for applying intelligence-informed risk-based decision-making across business and security applications. The model is derived from long-standing practices within the intelligence community tailored by Flashpoint for commercial needs.
Decrypting Ransomware – Illuminating the Threat: This seminar covers all aspects of a ransomware campaign and the situations organizations must consider in order to successfully respond.
Intermediate Workshops: FIA workshop sessions are designed to be interactive and participants will be fully involved in the learning process, including group discussions and practical application exercises. Workshops can be designed as a full- or multi-day event.
Business Risk Intelligence Workshop: During this workshop, Flashpoint showcases the Business Risk Intelligence framework and methodology for applying intelligence-informed risk-based decision-making across business and security applications. These workshops can be beneficial for teams including cyber intelligence, fraud, physical security, and insider threat.
Advanced: Tabletop Exercises (TTX) Based around a specific topic or event, FIA Tabletop Exercises are scoped and designed directly with the participants in order to create highly relevant, real-world scenarios in preparation for incidents in which the organization could fall victim.
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