zvelo takes great pride in giving back to our local community. Our latest trip to Food Bank of the Rockies was smaller than usual—but that didn’t stop or slow the zvelo U.S. team from sorting through over 36,000 pounds of food for hungry families across Colorado and the midwest.
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.
As more and more companies are pursuing “Data as a service” or “DaaS” business models, we wanted to share our experiences on the DaaS business model, with a specific focus on the challenges of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) protections for DaaS data.
For the second straight year, zvelo’s IoT Security Platform ranked among the finalists in ECD’s Innovation Awards for next-generation IoT frameworks aimed at securing business and residential networks from nefarious Internet of Things devices.
Even with worldwide spending for IoT Security will hit $1.5 billion in 2018 (up 28% from 2017), there are still massive gaps and vulnerabilities in our networks—and is still largely un-coordinated.
Particularly with the proliferation of IoT devices—network security has grown increasingly porous—leaving gaping holes. zvelo is working with router and gateway manufacturers to provide an IoT Security Platform that dynamically and actively profiles and monitors ALL network-connected devices—giving you complete network visibility to improve security for customer networks.
In a recent article published by IT Briefcase—zvelo Security Analyst, Louis Creager, outlined and describes one of the most prominent trends threatening router networks around the world. Ubiquitous as they are in our households, relatively few consumers are conscious of the firmware running on their home router
One of the largest security gaps in 2018—one that leaves devices open to malware, botnets, and use in DDoS attacks—is the lack of commitment from router and gateway manufacturers. But what is the incentive for OEMs to build the infrastructure and systems to maintain and update device firmware even after just a few years?
zvelo, the leading provider of categorization and malicious detection data services for web content, traffic, and connected devices, today announced significant and timely category additions to its comprehensive URL categorization database. zveloDB now offers OEM partners, network security vendors, and brands new and enhanced support for several emerging categories, including terrorism, cryptocurrency, blockchain, fake news, new malicious threat categories, and new objectionable categories.
zvelo is proud to support the community and give back whenever possible. For the second time in 2018, the zvelo Philippines visited a local orphanage to spend the day with kids singing songs, making art, and sharing the day helping local youth.
Last week, we announced that we will be extending zveloDB™ URL categorization support to include eight (8) new categories. The new categories represent a number of emergent topics and threats including Cryptocurrency, Cryptocurrency Mining, Fake News, Terrorism, and more.