The Cyber Threat Analyst fuses multiple intelligence disciplines to assess cyber threat capabilities of current and emerging threats to drive insight to inform policymakers/operators. Conducts research and evaluates technical and all-source intelligence to develop in-depth analysis and assessment on threats to systems, critical networks and critical infrastructure. Analyzes technical and intelligence information to provide cyber threat indicators/indications, warnings, and trends. Synthesizes and places intelligence information into context; draws insights about the possible implications. Conducts all-source research to determine adversary capability and intent. Prepares assessments and cyber threat profiles of current events based on collection and research using classified and open source information sources and understanding of the attackers' motivation, language, organization, and social behaviors, thereby helping organizations become more proactive in their security posture and defense. Performs all-source intelligence analyses of cyber activities to identify attributes of interest (their tactics, techniques, and procedures [TTPs], motives, and capabilities). Performs post-event analysis, and produces technical intelligence reports for users, senior officials, and other customers and as representative cases. Supports all aspects of the intelligence lifecycle (e.g., plan, collect, evaluate, assess, report).