Surging demand for company’s zveloDB® accelerates expansion plans Greenwood Village, Colorado – June 12, 2013 – zvelo, Inc., a leading provider of dynamic web content classification and URL database solutions for the OEM market, today announced plans to expand its operations, facilities and hiring due to record growth and surging demand for the company’s zveloDB…
Announcements, news, & PR about zvelo and its vast global network of partners who strive to make the web safer and more secure. zvelo’s passion is to make the internet safer and more secure by providing the industry’s premium cyber threat intelligence and web classification data services.
zvelo’s proprietary AI-based threat detection and categorization technologies, combines curated domains, threat and other data feeds, with a traffic stream from its partner network of 600+ million users to provide unmatched visibility, coverage, reach and accuracy for powering applications including web and DNS filtering, cyber threat intelligence, endpoint security, XDR, SASE, brand safety & contextual targeting, and more.
The Internet Watch Foundation has celebrated a major milestone. It has taken action against its 100,000th URL containing inappropriate child sexual abuse content. In addition, the IWF reports it has aided the rescue of at least 12 children in the past two years. The body’s 2012 accomplishments deserve some praise.
zvelo, a leading provider of dynamic web content classification solutions for OEMs, has announced full URL classification support for Malay language websites.
News that the European Internet authority RIPE is down to its last block of IPv4 addresses escalates the importance of supporting IPv6. Within a few years, IPv4 addresses will become expensive or impossible to acquire for new businesses or for expanding service providers.
Commitment to supporting IPv6 ensures optimal coverage for zvelo’s technology partners Greenwood Village, Colorado – November 26, 2012 – zvelo, Inc., a leading provider of dynamic web content categorization and URL database solutions exclusively for OEMs, has upgraded its end-to-end network infrastructure to support IPv6 and the categorization of IPv6 addresses. The commitment comes as…
zvelo, Inc., a leading provider of URL database, content categorization, and malicious website detection solutions for the OEM market, has announced that its zveloDB URL database.
zvelo, Inc., a leading provider of website categorization and URL database solutions for the OEM market, announced today that it has been granted U.S. Patent No. 8,266,304 by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The patent is titled “Managed Services Platform” and, combined with U.S. Patents 6,691,773 and 8,180,909, extends and expands zvelo’s patent portfolio for managing subscription-based software applications.
zvelo, a leading URL database provider for OEMs, has announced full URL categorization support for Korean language websites. zvelo’s AutoCategorization (AutoCat) engine utilizes proprietary, artificial-intelligence technologies backed by quality assurance from a team of multi-lingual Web Analysts to categorize billions of new URLs across dozens of languages each day.
Imagine for a second you were presented with a superhuman baby having the ability to learn and retain vast amounts of information. We’ll make it a girl super baby as a tribute to fem-heroes of comic book past. Now, what if on your shoulders lays the opportunity to raise her up and teach her the sum of all human knowledge that ever existed? Like every good mentor, you watch her closely making sure her misunderstandings and confusions are always kept checked, corrected, and resolved. You take pride in how accurate she becomes and are quick to reply “Bring it!” to anyone who wants to test her knowledge. Here at zvelo this what-if situation is a reality and I’d like to share with you the experience of training and working with an intelligent being day after day.
zvelo, a leading provider of website categorization and URL database solutions for OEMS, has announced full support for Polish language websites through its AutoCategorization (AutoCat) engine. AutoCat utilizes proprietary, artificial-intelligence technologies to categorize new URLs across dozens of languages and is backed by quality assurance from a team of over 125 multi-lingual Web Analysts.