zvelo is the provider of the most advanced URL Database for Web Categorization and Malicious Detection—designed for OEMs, device manufacturer’s, and Network Security vendors. zvelo’s content categorization engines power web filtering and parental controls, whitelists and blacklists for anti-virus companies, home network protection devices, and much more. By categorizing content into topic-based, objectionable, and malicious category groupings—zveloDB provides the most advanced malicious detection for advanced threat intelligence and cybersecurity.

2019 Cybersecurity & Tech Trend Predictions

2019 Cybersecurity & Tech Trend Predictions

Estimated Reading Time: 13 minutes 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.

zvelo Custom Category Mappings

Custom Categories for Web Filtering, Parental Controls, Digital Advertising, & More…

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes Category mappings provide flexibility and customization of URL categorization data—delivering advanced control for web filtering, parental controls, brand safety, ad fraud prevention, as well as other applications digital advertising, and more…

Categorizing 99.9% of the ActiveWeb

Categorizing 99.9% of the ActiveWeb with a Hybrid AI/ML Approach

Estimated Reading Time: 9 minutes 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.

Anatomy of a Full Path URL | Protocol, Hostname, Base Domain, Path, ETc.

The Anatomy of a Full Path URL: Hostname, Protocol, Path, and More…

Estimated Reading Time: 6 minutes 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).