zvelo’s brief recap of the SANS Dallas event – plus 5 key cybersecurity actions that you should take to improve your organization’s security.
zvelo Cybersecurity Recap- SnowFROC is an application security conference designed to help developers and technologists improve the security of software.
Using zveloDB for DNS filtering, the Client’s users can safely extend their perimeter to the Client’s edge network maximizing privacy and security across all devices and internal applications within each user’s network.Details
Unpatched vulnerabilities cause one third of breaches. 34% of all vulnerabilities reported so far this remain unpatched. How are you mitigating your risks?
Implementing critical security policies is one thing, but enforcing them is an uphill battle. Here are 5 security battles worth fighting to enforce.
zvelo is thrilled that the recently released Gartner Magic Quadrant Report, published August 20, 2019, for cloud-delivered Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP) prominently features a number of partners who rely on zvelo’s market-leading web classification and malicious detection services to power their offerings.Details
Over many years or testing, trial and error, zvelo ultimately determined that a human-machine “hybrid” approach to classification produced the best outcomes. The Human element provided the verifications necessary for the highest levels of accuracy, while machines (ie. AI/ML models and calculations) provided the scaling necessary to deal with the incredible volumes of new URLs and content being published at an increasing rate.
As discussed in a previous blog, DNS RPZ provides IT teams and network administrators with a “DNS configuration layer”, or rewrite module, to effectively handle DNS responses with the open source domain name system software, BIND.
Since the release of BIND 9 in 2010, RPZ has proven a powerful technology for security and network management—allowing organizations to implement an additional DNS configuration layer. In fact, BIND is the most widely used Domain Name System software on the internet—making RPZ configuration options like integrating commercial feeds, blocklists, and URL databases like zveloDB™ all the more attractive. So let’s take a moment to revisit the advantages of RPZ.
For the average web surfer, the URL bar provides a magical portal to the interwebz where anything that can be thought of can be entered—revealing the treasures of the internet at the stroke of ‘enter’. For the rest of us, we know it gets much more complicated than that as we slip down the rabbit hole and into OSI, DNS, TLS, HTTPS, subdomains…