This presentation was previously given to a hacker community in 2017, and it was updated and tailored for the business-concentric security audience in Bogota (2019). This presentation presents a new way of thinking about threats - strategically. It identifies the differences between tactical and strategic threat intelligence, and then it offers connections between eight* categories of real world threat triggers/events and the items that may become strategic targets as a result of the trigger or event. It then closes with a few suggestions on how to develop threat intelligence.
*Technology, Economics, Business, Military, Diplomatic, Infrastructure, Cultural/Professional, and Religious
The talk includes three links: two for reading recommendations and one for an online resource with verbose information about power plants around the world.