Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA)

Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA)

Course Overview:

Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) - Hands-on

This Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) course is a training program designed for Industry users, law enforcement and Military on the use of EIA in support of the intelligence cycle and link analysis. This Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) course is 10% lecture and 90% hands on training focused on developing the requisite skills to utilize the basic functions of the program to conduct network and link analysis. The Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) course format and curriculum incorporates aspects of new and emerging skill-sets into a dynamic curriculum that accommodates new Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). The Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) Course focuses on the provision of incorporating the most current software version and analytical methodologies to provide the student with the tools to support emerging requirements. This includes technical instruction and support. This Program of Instruction (POI) consists of detailed instruction on the use of EIA. The POI is developed in a logical manner from interface functions through the analytical processes to discover and chart relationships and networks utilizing information stored within i2® Analyze.

Duration: 5 days

Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA)

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Customize It:

» If you are familiar with some aspects of this Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) course, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
» We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
» If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) course in manner understandable to lay audiences.

Audience/Target Group

The target audience for this Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) course is defined here:

• Analysts or Database Designers/Administrators whose organization is implementing an i2 Analyst’s Workstation or i2 iBase solution
• Analysts or Database Designers/Administrators newly joining an organization that has implemented an i2 Analyst’s Workstation or i2 iBase solution

Skilled Gained:

Upon completing this Enterprise Insight Analysis Training (EIA) course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:

Introduction to Enterprise Insight Analysis (EIA)

– Introduction to Analyst’s Notebook 9
– Introduction to i2® Analyze
– The Differences in the Local / Group Analysis Repositories
– Overview of the Schemas
– Workflow with EIA

Creating entities and links in EIA

– Create Items (Entities and Links)
– Add Documents, Pictures and Video Clips
– Adding Permissions to Entities and Links
– Edit Items
– Creating Sets and Alerts
– Using Forms and Cards
– Practical Exercise

Importing data into EIA

– Importing in Analyst’s Notebook
– Importing Documents
– Importing With the Blue Light Management Console™
– Upload Analyst’s Notebook Charts
– Uploading Selected Entities and Links
– Practical Exercise

Searching Techniques in EIA

– Data Base Connectors
– Quick Search
– Property Search
– Linked Entity Search
– Find Recently Used Items
– View Search Results – Sort/Filter
– Find Duplicates
– Deleting Items in the Analysis Repository
– Purging Items in the Analysis Repository
– Practical Exercise

Analytical Functions

– Basic Analysis
– Advanced Analysis

Publishing Tasks

– Adding a Legend to the Chart
– Export Chart to a JPG
– Save Chart and Current Window as a Picture
– Export to a PDF

Accessing the Portal

– Connecting to the Portal
– Understanding the Intelligence Portal
– Adding Entities and Links in the Portal Connection
– Analysis in the Portal Connection

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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