Zvelo Unveils New Features and Capabilities in its Malicious Threat Detection and Global Cyber Threat Intelligence
Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) is actionable Intelligence intended for Cybersecurity and Threat Intelligence teams to use for enrichment and analytics. zveloCTI supplies meticulously curated datasets for advanced Threat Intelligence which requires more visibility than identifying a URL as suspicious or bad. zveloCTI datasets deliver high veracity and accuracy while maintaining low false positive (FP) rates. Datasets include Suspicious Domain Intelligence, Malicious Intelligence, Phishing Intelligence, and More.
SysJoker Threat Alert: zvelo protects clients against SysJoker, a cross-platform backdoor malware attack targeting Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) can be a ‘firehose’ of information that — if not properly implemented — delivers little value.
Commonly used by eCrime groups like Wizard Spider, the return of Emotet foreshadows a potential surge in ransomware attacks.
Threat Update: The Log4j vulnerability continues to be actively exploited. Immediate action to update and monitor potentially impacted systems is advised.
Threat Alert: The Log4j vulnerability has quickly been weaponized and is being used to exploit exposed systems. Here’s what you should know.
Understanding how malicious and phishing threat data gets curated is crucial to assessing the value of curated cyber threat intelligence.
zveloCTI delivers more unique malicious and phishing threat detections, faster detection speed, and reduced false positive rate for Client.Details
This webinar details threat data from the CTI 2021 Malicious Trends Report to help you improve your threat posture and reduce cyber risk.
This cybersecurity interview covers zvelo’s thoughts on the threat landscape and the role of its cyber threat intelligence in threat protection.