In 2018, the IWF removed over 100,000 URLs related to child sexual abuse—the most in IWF history. Find out more about their progress with the 2018 Annual Report.
In this blog, we explore malicious threats in the 5G era, as well as the significant trends and tech needed to secure next-generation wireless networks.
Less than a decade ago, contextual was poised to dominate online advertising—delivering on the promise of providing relevant ad content to the consumer at exactly the right time. Over the past several years, the industry has taken a long and costly detour down the audience/behavioral path, only to hit what is increasingly looking like a dead-end due to regulatory, privacy, technical, and other issues. Now, the pendulum is rapidly swinging back to contextual.
Impacts of 5G (Part 2): 3G, 4G, and 5G. The Shift Away From Traditional Hardlines and WiFi Connections
Mobile network speeds have always lagged behind ethernet and wireless network speeds. 5G will change that and completely change how we connect to the net.
What is 5G? In this blog, we explore 5G technology, device and network traffic growth expectations, hardware and infrastructure costs, and more.
The purpose of this article is to provide a quick and easy visual reference the web filtering market segments and to identify where various services are positioned in the market and on the value curve.
Search functionality is nearly ubiquitous in our home and business services and devices making safe search more important than ever before. In this post, we explore how service providers and cable operators can implement safe search filters and guards to protect users from objectionable content.
One of the key factors for categorizing web content is, of course, understanding the target language of the content. By leveraging language translation, and applying machine learning and other techniques for categorization, we are able to achieve a high level of accuracy and consistency
In an effort to modernize and streamline the Domain Name System (DNS) ecosystem, a number of DNS software and service providers have come together to remove accommodations for non-compliant responses from the original DNS standard
Earlier this week, Alphabet (Google) launched an interactive phishing quiz website aimed at educating users on the effectiveness of phishing and the specific dangerous elements within an email.