Members can request access to a collection of private, semi-private and proprietary datasets through CeADAR.
- CeADAR provides access to a set of semi-private and proprietary sources as part of their offering.
- Datasets sit in encrypted storage units and are served in firewalled dedicated servers with Data and Projects Sandboxed.
- CeADAR provides advising regarding licensing and terms & conditions regarding each dataset once requested (e.g. Creative Commons), as certain datasets may need special consent.
- Augmented list of malware datasets from different sources: CeADAR has collected and processed open malware data and converted them from raw assembly format to greyscale images that can be used in various experiments, particularly in deep learning.