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zvelo mentioned by Genius Monkey’s CEO in Forbes as a quality tool to entice quality traffic

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes *****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…

Full Path URL Categorization and Content Distribution Networks (CDNs)

Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes By Eric Watkins, Senior Malicious Detection Researcher at zvelo Earlier this month, I came across a use case that capitalizes on the value of full path content categorization. Before discussing this use case in detail, let’s go over the definition of a content distribution network (CDN) and also highlight a few key strengths of full…

Understanding the Fake News Problem: Challenges with Identification and Categorization

Understanding the Fake News Problem: Challenges with Classification

Estimated Reading Time: 7 minutes With the recent, polarizing U.S. Presidential election, the topic of fake news has come up often. The national conversation about it is usually centered around two topics:  how much it has influenced and continues to influence the political opinions of Americans who frequent social media, and how something needs to be done to better identify and filter it out.

Final Thoughts from zvelo After at Attending DEFCON 24

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes DEF CON is one of the largest, (if not the largest), hacker conferences in the world. Held over four days every August in Las Vegas, DEF CON is now in its 24th year and is bigger, better — and scarier — than ever. Our Senior Malicious Detection Researcher, Eric Watkins, participated again this year and provided a great multi-blog brief; giving us a glimpse into the very real, and scary, threat vectors coming out of the hacker world today.