It’s that time of year again in our neck of the woods: we’re firing up the grill for the last time, we’ve got fantasy football drafts popping up on our calendars, we’re bracing for the annual pumpkin spice flavor takeover, but best of all, we’re gearing up for a three-day weekend! For those looking to do some reading over the Labor Day holiday, we’ve got you covered!
The ThreatConnect Research Team recently discussed recommended reading for the aspiring threat intelligence analyst, and we created a list of resources that our team members have found to be helpful or interesting, including textbooks, novels, articles, and reports from government and industry. As we prepare for the long weekend, we’d like to share five picks from that conversation below, in no particular order.
- A Tradecraft Primer: Structured Analytic Techniques for Improving Intelligence Analysis (U.S. Government Report, March 2009)
- Psychology of Intelligence Analysis (Richards J. Heuer, Jr.)
- Thinking Fast and Slow (Daniel Kahneman)
- Active Measures: The Secret History of Disinformation and Political Warfare (Thomas Rid)
- Intelligence-Driven Incident Response: Outwitting the Adversary (Scott J. Roberts & Rebekah Brown)
Have a great weekend, and enjoy!