DNS Filtering has become the ‘table-stakes’ starting point for powering the DNS-Layer Security piece of the SASE cybersecurity framework.
The threat landscape continues to evolve—individual and state-backed hackers and agencies become increasingly emboldened to compromise websites and servers, steal CPU cycles for cryptocurrency mining, embark on social engineering efforts to find backdoors, and sway public opinion through fake news and other measures. zvelo provides the most advanced URL/IP categorization database for web filtering, whitelists and blacklists, and residential and business protections against bad actors and malicious online behavior. Explore zvelo’s Cybersecurity and threat intelligence data feeds for industry leading malicious and phishing exploit detection and the most advanced cyber threat intelligence available to OEMs and device manufacturers.
Active Threat Alert: Protect against active phishing campaigns serving up personalized and uniquely randomized URL paths or subdomains.
This post illustrates how you can leverage the threat intel from honeypots to identify malicious payloads like CoinMiners to block cryptojacking attempts.
Threat Alert: zvelo’s PhishBlocklist identifies a very active USPS phishing attack using personalized URLs that target USPS customers.
zvelo announced predictive phishing detection enhancements that will help cyber defenders to predict and block phishing campaigns.
zvelo’s attacking IP detections can be used to fend off Brute Force attacks launched against commonly attacked ports like SSH and FTP.
Understand the danger of misconfigured and publicly exposed assets by using honeypots to bait adversaries and expose your attack surface.
A Global Cobalt Strike activity trend analysis over Q1 of 2022 offers situational awareness into one of the most prevalent attack frameworks.
The Digital Services Act sets the stage for a new era of digital regulation in the EU by making what is illegal offline, illegal online.
The Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act is necessary to protect the Nation’s critical infrastructure. But is it enough?