In this FREE and live Kerio Webinar, industry expert Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo, will be a guest speaker, taking an in-depth look at the latest innovations and cutting-edge technology found in Kerio Web Filter, including its use of the zvelo’s distributed neural network, zveloNET® (formerly SiteFilter), for the real-time detection, inspection, categorization and verification of ActiveWeb sites collected from the global user community.
ISPs, Telcos, device manufacturers, and security vendors go to great lengths to provide their customers’ with online security from malicious and objectionable content (adult, pornography, hate speech, terrorism, cryptocurrency mining, etc.). The industry’s best web filtering (and dns filtering) and parental controls are powered by a global network of over 600 million end users providing unmatched coverage and accuracy of active web traffic and websites. zvelo provides 99.9% coverage and over 99% accuracy for the ActiveWeb. That’s best-in-class website categorization database for OEMs and device manufacturers.
The AntiVirus Provider was starting to lag behind the industry in product reviews due to shortcomings in the endpoint security suite, notably the lack of web filtering capabilities. Additionally, the AntiVirus Provider was seeing…Details
Jeff Finn, zvelo chief executive officer says “It’s an exciting time for zvelo because demand for the product is accelerating as security vendors are increasingly recognizing the need to incorporate security with their web filtering. We plan to fill over 20 highly skilled positions during the next few quarters in Denver and Manila…”…
The UTM Vendor was experiencing considerable growth with installations of its UTM offering, however, it identified the need to increase product differentiation in a crowded market segment, as well as increase…Details
Network administrators and businesses install web filtering on networks for a variety of reasons ranging from compliance and legal requirements to worker productivity issues. To gain some insight, zvelo surveyed network administrators, customers, readers, and security professionals to identify the most important drivers behind web filtering. Below are the results:
Have you taken a look inside your Spam folder recently? Without a doubt you’ll find the folder full of pharmacy Spam, pitching everything from Cialis and Viagra to Vicodin and Hydrocodone. The problem is almost none of the linked web sites are legitimate certified pharmacies.
Researchers at Kaspersky labs have discovered a new banking malware campaign that uses an old trick to obfuscate malicious URLs. Rather than using a domain name or IP address for their malicious link the URL is converted to numerical bases such as octal or hexadecimal formats. These formats are supported by major browsers and serve the purpose of tricking users into following the link and infecting their machine.
The Fox Sports website remains infected and a risk to the 11m+ unique visitors (as reported by Compete). This website is ranked as the 135th in the United States and 523rd most popular in the World according to Alexa remains compromised and a major security risk to end-users.