Comodo, a Clifton-based developer of cybersecurity solutions, announced Thursday it is launching a new cybersecurity research service for university, governmental and nonprofit educators and researchers.
The new service, named Comodemia, will give clients access to the Comodo Threat Intelligence Laboratory’s cybersecurity data repository.
Comodo said in the first quarter of 2017, the lab detected and catalogued more than 25 million malware incidents. As Comodo expanded its research program, it grew to 97 million incidents in the second quarter.
Clients will now be able to mine the same data and use the same analytics.