When does class start/end?
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
This three-day course is designed for current i2 Analyst?s Notebook (ANB) users that have a desire to advance their skills in advanced search and discovery functions. The focus is on advanced...Read More
The i2 is an intelligence analysis software that arms analysts with the advanced fusion and multi-dimensional analytics they need to create actionable intelligence to detect, disrupt, and defeat sophisticated threats. The software combines advanced analytics with multidimensional visual analysis capabilities to give analysts greater situational awareness. You can quickly find hidden connections and critical patterns buried in internal, external, and open-source data, and can make confident decisions in near-real time by using multi-dimensional visual analysis to turn overwhelming and disparate data into actionable crime intelligence.
Formerly owned by IBM but now part of N. Harris Computer Corporation, the Security i2 Analyst's Notebook is a software product for data analysis and investigation. Based on ELP (entity-link-property) methodology, it reveals relationships between data entities to discover patterns and provide insight into data. It is commonly used by digital analysts at law enforcement, military and other government intelligence agencies, and by fraud departments. The i2 intelligence analysis platform tracks critical missions across law enforcement, fraud and financial crime, military defense, and national security and intelligence sectors.
This three-day course is designed for current i2 Analyst?s Notebook (ANB) users that have a desire to advance their skills in advanced search and discovery functions. The focus is on advanced analytic techniques, importing, and understanding displayed data to pinpoint nodes of interest to answer questions.
This curriculum is designed to focus on the ANB program functionality regardless of data type analyzed.
This advanced course is specifically designed for Analysts working in Commercial and Government sectors.
A basic understanding of and working knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office Suites is useful. Attendees must also have completed the IBM i2 Analyst's Notebook Essentials (U59I02G) course or have equivalent experience. See also the highly recommended pre-class assessment.
After completing this course, students will understand the following: