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PREDICT: a trusted framework for sharing data for cyber security research

Citation

Scheper, C., Cantor, S., & Maughan, D. (2011). PREDICT: a trusted framework for sharing data for cyber security research. In BADGERS '11 Proceedings of the First Workshop on Building Analysis Datasets and Gathering Experience Returns for Security, pp. 105–106. .

Abstract

In this paper, we describe the formatting guidelines for ACM SIG The Protected Repository for Defense of Infrastructure against Cyber Threats (PREDICT) has established a trusted framework for sharing real-world security-related datasets for cyber security research. In establishing PREDICT, a set of key issues for sharing these data has been addressed: providing secure, centralized access to multiple sources of data; assuring confidentiality to protect the privacy of the individuals and the security of the networks from which the data are collected; assuring data integrity to protect access to the data and ensure its proper use; and protecting proprietary information and reducing legal risks. PREDICT continues to address issues in producing and sharing datasets as it enters its second phase of development, providing more controversial data, adding data providers, and initiating international participation.