Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center

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CTIIC is staffed by a workforce of agile, diverse, skilled, and highly motivated professionals with the similar interest of protecting our nation’s security.


We foster opportunities for growth and development that deepen expertise; we recognize and reward initiative, innovation, and collaboration; we leverage and build upon relationships across the federal cyber community; and we encourage collaboration and problem-solving across CTIIC components.


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CTIIC integrates cyber threat intelligence, builds innovative partnerships and capabilities, unifies cyber collection, and aligns cyber funding to national priorities.


  • Integrate Cyber Threat Intelligence

    CTIIC integrates IC and commercial cyber intelligence to inform a variety of audiences from senior policy makers to network defenders. CTIIC also leads the IC’s intelligence support to government incident response efforts.


  • Build Innovative Partnerships and Capabilities

    CTIIC engages in partnerships across the IC and USG, and with foreign, and industry partners to increase visibility into cyber threats, support enhanced processing and sharing of cyber intelligence, incubate new cyber capabilities, and further the development of the IC’s cyber workforce.


  • Guide IC Investment and Strategic Priorities

    CTIIC collaborates with IC elements to identify opportunities to integrate cyber collection, data exploitation, and analysis across the IC and to align funding to national priorities.


Presidential Policy Directive (PPD) 41 on Cyber Incident Coordination designates CTIIC as one of three Federal lead agencies (with DHS and FBI) responsible for the coordination response to a significant cyber incident. CTIIC is designated in PPD 41 as the Federal lead agency for intelligence support and related activities for significant cyber incidents.


CTIIC’s National Intelligence Manager for Cyber implements the integrated mission management responsibilities in Intelligence Community Directive 900.


CTIIC analyzes and integrates cyber intelligence for decision-makers so they can act on the identified threats. CTIIC coordinates an IC-wide approach to mitigating and countering cyber threats. CTIIC unifies and integrates cyber collection and aligns cyber funding to national priorities. CTIIC works closely with the National Security Council, National Intelligence Council, and partners across the IC.




Laura L. Galante

Laura Galante


Laura Galante has served as the Intelligence Community’s Cyber Executive and Director of the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Cener (CTIIC) for the Office of the Director for National Intelligence since May 2022. In this role, Ms. Galante is responsible for driving a coordinated approach to cyber intelligence collection and analysis, aligning strategic investments with national security priorities, and leading intelligence efforts to respond to major cybersecurity incidents.


Ms. Galante brings extensive security industry experience to her current role. From 2017 to 2021, she assisted multiple Ukrainian government agencies in improving their cyber defense operations, directed an international task force to monitor cyber and information threats to Ukraine’s 2019 presidential election, and served as an expert witness in multiple cyber warfare trials. She spoke frequently on states’ use of cyberspace at international and industry conferences including a 2017 TED talk.


Ms. Galante was previously the Director of Global Intelligence at cybersecurity firm, Mandiant (formerly FireEye Inc.). Her teams discovered and attributed state and criminal cyber operations including the Russian miltary’s “APT28.” Her work included developing intelligence products to improve the security posture of Fortune 500 companies, critical infrastructure providers, non-profits, government agencies, and international partners. Prior to her role at Mandiant, Ms. Galante led a contractor team analyzing Russian cyber capabilities at the Defense Intelligence Agency. She began her career at the Department of State.


Ms Galante holds a B.A. in Foreign Affairs and Italian from the University of Virginia, and a J.D. from the Catholic University of America. She is a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and formerly a Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council. A proud 4-H alumna and livestock club leader, she lives on a farm in rural Virginia with her husband and son.