The Cyentia Cybersecurity Research Library is a labor of love. In
addition to our own use of the Library when starting a new
commissioned research project, we believe
in the power of open, vendor-sponsored, research for expanding the body of
cybersecurity knowledge and elevating the state of information security practices.
The Library is, and will remain, a free resource for practitioners and
researchers. Through the generous support of our sponsors, we continue to
seek out new reports, add them to the Library with context, and defray
our infrastructure costs.
The Cybersecurity Research Library Wants You!
We have a backlog of projects for the Library, including an improved tagging
system, lots of data science-y natural language processing on the reports, an
API for researchers, and much more.
If you’d like to contribute to the development and maintenance of the Library,
please contact us.
We have a flexible sponsorship program that can accommodate many budgets.
Some options for benefits back to the sponsor include:
- Placement of your logo prominently on the Library
- Special badging on the source pages in the Library for sponsors
- Mention of sponsorship in our ongoing newsletter
- Inclusion of text from the sponsor on the reasons they support the library
- Plus the knowledge of having contributed to a large community resource!
But don’t take our word for it, here’s a few words from our inaugural
sponsor, F5 Labs:
F5 Labs has always been about the data. We launched in 2016 to provides
data-driven research to help the security community make better decisions.
Our work has been inspired in no small way by the team at Cyentia Institute. We
believe that when the security community works together, we are all stronger and
smarter than any of us is individually. So, what better place than the Cyentia
Library to dig into our collective intelligence so we all can improve our
security? We are proud to be a sponsor.