We’re only just beginning to understand how mass data surveillance systems and data privacy impacts us. Will GDPR-like regulation come to the U.S. in 2019? It will require time to craft legislation, achieve some level of adoption, and put it up for a vote—but what’s next?
This blog covers DNS basics, advantages, limitations, and scalability insights for how DNS filtering contributes to a strong, scalable security foundation.
Continuing with our series on bias, in this blog, we explore editorial bias and the challenges it presents in accurately categorizing forms of web content.
zvelo AI Architect, Daniel DeMillard, attended the NeurIPS 2018 conference in Montreal. In this blog, he shares trends, insights, and predictions for 2019.
2018 was a wild year for cybersecurity, ad tech, and the internet in general. In this blog, we explore the significant trends and security challenges that are likely to impact us in 2019 and beyond.
Alex Wood from the Colorado = Security Podcast sat down with zvelo President & CEO, Jeff Finn, to discuss zvelo’s background and position in the Information Security space.Details
Learn about zvelo’s unique hybrid approach to web content categorization and malicious detection. With over 20 years of experience and partnerships with some of the world’s leading anti-virus, MSSPs, and communications companies—zvelo’s next-generation approach achieves industry-leading coverage and accuracy for end users worldwide.
In a previous blog, we explored the important differences between base domains and full path URLs. In this post, we wanted to take a step back and cover the basics—the individual structural elements of a URL (Uniform Resource Locator).
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.
This year for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we thought we’d take a look back at the original IPAD. No, not the popular tablet from Apple awaiting a design refresh—and leaving tech enthusiasts crawling through rumor sites. No, we’re referring to the Internet Protocol Adapter (IPAD)—the next-generation all-in-one security and gateway device for accessing Bulletin Board Systems and online services from the 1990’s.