A lot of progress has been made in the past few years around requirements. Next steps in this area include identifying when and why to update intelligence requirements—even ad hoc adjustments can be planned for by identifying the circumstances under which they would need to be changed. It is also clear that there are numerous positive trends in the community, such as more organizations producing intelligence instead of just consuming it. But there are also many challenges, such as getting the appropriate staffing and training to conduct cyber threat intelligence. Tools and data sources are always going to be vital to the process, but the world of intelligence analysis is inherently analyst driven and a focus is rightfully placed there.