CREST Registered Threat Intelligence Analyst

The CREST Registered Threat Intelligence Analyst (CRTIA) examination is aimed at individuals who are part of a team delivering threat intelligence services.  A minimum of two years’ experience collecting, analysing and documenting threat intelligence is expected.

The CR TIA qualification provides assurance that an individual has reached the appropriate standard as a threat intelligence team member to deliver safe, legal and ethical services.

The examination consists of a multiple choice paper.  Candidates are required to meet or exceed a two-thirds pass mark in the multiple choice paper.   Success will confer Registered status to the individual.

Examination Format
The examination is a multiple choice written only examination.

You can download the following documents from the links below:

Syllabus for the CRTIA examination
Notes for Candidates to aid examination preparation

The CREST Registered Threat Intelligence Analyst examination costs £395 + VAT.  The examination is delivered at Pearson Vue test centres.

Recommended Preparation Material
The following material and media has been cited as helpful preparation for this examination by previous candidates:

Reading Material:
Definitive Guide to Cyber Threat Intelligence (by Jon Friedman/Mark Bouchard)
Psychology of Intelligence Analysis (by Richards J. Heure Jr)

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