By Eric Watkins, Senior Malicious Detection Researcher at zvelo This week, a new security vulnerability subject to remote attack, known as Devil’s Ivy, is targeting the C++ library used by thousands of different IoT device vendors. The most popular devices being compromised are IoT video cameras; however, the associated risk is not limited to video…
In my last post, we explored reasons why we would want to use the container orchestration tool kubernetes to manage deployment of our applications. Of the numerous choices of tools available to deploy Kubernetes, we’ve chosen kops because it works really well with Amazon Web Service (AWS).
*****The following article, by Jeff Finn, appears as an online article in the Opinion section on InfoSecurity Magazine Home’s web site and was originally published on July 13, 2017. In InfoSecurity Magazine: How IoT Device Discovery and Activity Detection Can Work by Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo Even as IoT device volume races towards 200 billion by 2020, the…
A few years ago at a DEFCON conference, an organization called “Let’s Encrypt” lead a session on their new project. Although this group was not well-known at the time, their ambitious goals made me feel that I should hear what they had to say, even if it was just to save money.
Petya is a ransomware campaign that has been updated to take advantage of an exploit named EternalBlue (named this by the NSA as part of their toolset). This exploit takes advantage of a vulnerability in the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol.
First, zvelo has released the Invalid Traffic dataset; the new dataset should help brands better determine the health of the traffic to their sites by detecting data centers, web and fake crawlers, and other fraudulent traffic sources.
zvelo is beta testing an IoT Security solution, a software-based sensor that discovers network-attached devices, profiles them and tags compromised units. Think of it as an elaborate, sophisticated hall monitor that knows how you behave, spots and reports abnormalities, takes your thumbprint and then scores you for trustworthiness.
Earlier this month WannaCry was named the world’s biggest cyberattack which hit at over 150 countries and infected over 300,000 machines across hospitals, universities, manufacturers, government agencies and other important centers.
In January, categorization and anti-malware firm Zvelo launched a free bot detection service for site publishers.
This week, the Denver area-based firm announced a complementary service, which it says is the first to detect non-human traffic on a specific page, rather than at the site level.
*****The following article, by Clint Ethington, CEO & Co-Founder of Genius Monkey and appears as an online article in the Business section (Forbes CommunityVoice) on Forbes’ web site and was originally published on April 25, 2017. Three Ways Marketers Can Prevent Today’s Ad Fraud The measurement and tracking of today’s advertising results are susceptible to…