New Cyber Research Service Available to Academia

The Cyber Edge
August 10, 2017

Cybersecurity solutions company Comodo has launched a new research service called Comodemia for university, government and nonprofit educators and researchers. It gives users access to the Comodo Threat Intelligence Laboratory's cybersecurity data repository, one of the largest in the world.

Comodo's threat data comes from millions of endpoints in more than 220 countries. In the first quarter of this year, the lab detected and cataloged more than 25 million malware incidents. By the second quarter, the total grew to 97 million incidents as the company expanded its research program.

Academic and government researchers will now be able to mine and model the same data and use the same analytics engine to develop their own cybersecurity solutions. Among other benefits, Comodemia users will be able to access real-time, continuously updated sample datasets such as malware files, domains and links as well as phishing emails. Users also will be able to develop their own algorithm to detect malware and have full access to the Comodo Valkyrie platform, a malware analysis engine.

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