Hardware security becomes a hot research topic recently with more and more researchers joining this area. Various hardware security tools are also developed. However, young/new hardware researchers can hardly benefit from the existing work. In the hardware domain, researchers may not share their tools either in the format of source code or in binary (different from the software domain where the culture of open-sourced tools becomes popular). The disadvantages are obvious. It becomes difficult to compare newly developed solutions with previous solutions. Building on top of existing methods for improvement also hits the obstacle if the tools are not released by the developers. A lack of hardware security benchmarks may also lead the researchers to mis- leading conclusions.Upon these challenges, the IEEE Hardware Security and Trust Technical Committee (HSTTC), along with the hardware security community, has initiated the https://CADforAssurance.org website. The CAD for Trust and Assurance website is an academic dissemination effort by researchers in the field of hardware security. The goal is to assemble information on all CAD for trust/assurance activities in academia and industry in one place and share them with the broader community of researchers and practitioners in a timely manner, with an easy-to-search and easy-to-access interface. We are including information on many major CAD tools the research community have developed over the past decade, including open-source license-free or ready-for-licensing tools, associated metrics, relevant publications and video-demos. So far, we have collected more than 60 CAD for Assurance tools, 6 hardware security benchmarks, and various SoC platforms for security evaluations.