Making the Internet Safer and More Secure. zvelo provides industry-leading cyber threat intelligence and URL classification data services. zvelo’s proprietary AI-based threat detection and categorization technologies, combines curated domains, threat and other data feeds, with the clickstream traffic from its global partner network of 600+ million users and endpoints to provide unmatched visibility, coverage, reach and accuracy. zvelo powers applications and solutions for the world's leading providers of web filtering, endpoint security, brand safety and contextual targeting, cyber threat intelligence and analysis, and more.

zvelo Launches Data as a Service Platform, zveloDP™ and API

zvelo, the leading provider of website and device categorization, today announced the launch of zveloDP – an open, scalable, Data as a Service (“Daas”) platform which provides access to page-level, traffic and device categorization (including malicious and profiling) datasets through easy-to-implement APIs.  

Google Open-sources its AI Software, SyntaxNet

Artificial Intelligence Software, SyntaxNet, is now Open-Source Google open-sourced its artificial intelligence software, SyntaxNet, aiming to get more human brains attacking the challenge of natural language understanding by computers. Ultimately the company hopes to accelerate the progress of natural language research and development by provided free access to their software. At it’s core, SyntaxNet is basically a…

zvelo Team Taps into Water for All

As some of you know, zvelo recently moved to our new office location in Greenwood Village, Colorado and upon arrival the staff got an extra treat, a reusable water bottle from Give Me Tap. Mind you, this isn’t just a regular old water bottle, it has super powers! For every bottle sold by Give Me Tap…

zvelo Urges Partners (and everyone) to Update their SSL Certificates to SHA-2

After December 31, 2015, SSL certificates that use the SHA-1 hash algorithm for their signature will be declared “technology non grata” on the modern Internet. It’s important to note that this is an industry-wide change and not specific to just zvelo’s products. As a result, beginning January 1, 2016, all partners (and everyone in general) will need to support SHA-2 SSL signed certificates in order to download updates and patches for all of zvelo’s offerings.