A Day in the Life of a Global Threat Intelligence Analyst
In today’s heightened threat landscape, organizations have a greater need for innovative threat monitoring and identification tools to protect their people and business. But who are the people working behind the scenes to ensure these tools are surfacing fast, accurate, and relevant information to those who rely on it to keep employees out of harm’s way?
At AlertMedia, it’s the Global Threat Intelligence Team—a group of experienced in-house analysts, meteorologists, and researchers who work around the clock to monitor thousands of data sources, filter out noise, and deliver timely, accurate information about critical events occurring around the world.
Kathan Fish, Lead Global Intelligence Analyst at AlertMedia, joins guest host Sara Pratley to demystify the role of a threat intelligence analyst and discuss what it’s like to help more than 3,000 customers save lives and minimize loss. Kathan explains:
- The day-to-day roles and responsibilities of a threat intelligence analyst
- The tools and processes the Global Threat Intelligence team uses to determine credible threats
- How analysts provide clarity and context directly to customers in developing emergencies
- Why the increasing volume and availability of information continually challenges analysts to adapt how they gather information
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