Welcome to Impact

Information Marketplace for Policy and
Analysis of Cyber-risk & Trust

IMPACT supports the global cyber-risk research & development community by coordinating and developing real-world data and information-sharing capabilities between academia, industry and government.

It is the only freely-available, legally-collected, distributed repository of large-scale cybersecurity data and analytics tools allowing researchers to advance the state-of-the-art in cyber-risk R&D and decision support.

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Quick Facts

Currently it's a two-step process:
    (1) on the Home Page, click on "DATA AND TOOLS" in the upper left hand corner of the navigation bar;
    (2) click on "SEARCH" under the FIND "Data Matching" Column.
No, we have greatly streamlined the process for requesting restricted data. We no longer require the Data Provider to sign a data use agreement. Researchers sign the Memoranda of Agreement (MOA) with just the IMPACT Coordinating Center. Also, once a Researcher has a signed MOA, the Researcher does not need to sign another separate MOA each time they requests additional restricted data for 12 months.
Yes! We currently partner with the following countries:
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Israel
  • Japan
  • The Netherlands
  • Singapore
  • United Kingdom
Researchers from any of these countries can request access.
Send an email to Info@ImpactCyberTrust.org and we'll get right back to you.

Data & Tool Matchmaking


Get Access

To request or to contribute cybersecurity data or tools, you must set up a user account.

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Data & Tools

Search our catalog of cybersecurity data and tools. Find resources both within and outside of IMPACT.

Search Catalog


Our Process

Our sharing model is opensource! Access our legal contract templates, governance and infrastructure resources here.



Contribute Resources

Interested in sharing your data or tools with the community:
Resource submission form
External resource form



IMPACT offers a unique, distributed cybersecurity data and tool repository supported by a streamlined policy framework. This centralized brokering and distributed provisioning between the providers, hosts and researchers addresses the operational, technical and administrative costs and challenges that build trust needed for sustainable and scalable data sharing.






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Still can't find what you are looking for, contact us at info@impactcybertrust.org



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