Strong demand for zvelo’s URL database, website categorization and malicious website detection solutions fuels rapid business growth
Greenwood Village, Colorado – October 05, 2011 – zvelo, Inc. has reached 90 OEMs for its zveloDB® – URL Database offering. These OEMs have integrated the zveloDB into various applications, including web content filtering offerings, SMB and enterprise network security solutions, desktop and mobile endpoint security/anti-virus software, parental controls products, reputation services, advertising inventory vetting and ad unit placement technologies, analytics tools and more.
“Due to the growing threat posed by malicious websites and the need for real-time categorization and malicious and phishing detection for new websites, blog posts and social networking sites, zvelo has experienced very strong demand for our zveloDB offering this past year,” said Jeff Finn, zvelo’s CEO. “To support this growing demand, we continue to focus on cutting-edge research and development, as well as investing in new infrastructure to stay ahead of the accuracy, coverage, malicious detection and performance requirements of our OEMs and their end-user communities.”
“The flexibility of our deployment options is one of many significant factors that have contributed towards the growth in our adoption rate. The zveloDB can be easily integrated into multiple platforms, including all of the popular Linux distributions and Windows, by way of an on-disk SDK or via a lightweight API connecting to the DNS cloud technologies,” explains David Duncan, zvelo’s Vice President of Engineering. “Plus, the fact that we offer free evaluations of the zveloDB product has also helped us to win new business.”
zvelo’s exclusive technologies for identifying and categorizing websites in nearly 200 languages, combined with quality assurance provided by its team of over 150 multi-lingual Web Analysts, ensures 99.99% coverage and excellent accuracy for the active web URLs visited by actual users.
“zvelo has always been recognized by our valued partners for its exceptional service, zveloNET uptime and overall responsiveness,” adds Jay Rollings, zvelo’s Sr. Vice President of Service Delivery. “It’s a large factor that contributes to a potential partner’s decision to choose zvelo. From the initial evaluation of the zvelo offering through the production release phase and beyond, our customers expect and deserve such service. We look forward to the continued growth in the number of partners who have adopted the use of zvelo’s website categorization technologies.”
zveloNET is zvelo’s globally distributed “cloud technology” network for the real-time detection, inspection, categorization and verification of websites collected from an ever-growing community of OEM Partners’ users. URLs processed by zveloNET’s AutoCategorization (AutoCat) systems are quality controlled by a dedicated team of multilingual Web Analysts and the zveloLABS® organization dedicated to anti-malware research and systems enhancements.
About zvelo, Inc.
zvelo provides industry-leading cyber threat intelligence and URL classification data services. zvelo’s proprietary AI-based threat detection and categorization technologies, combines curated domains, threat and other data feeds, with the clickstream traffic from its global partner network of 600+ million users and endpoints to provide unmatched visibility, coverage, reach and accuracy. zvelo powers applications and solutions for the world’s leading providers of web filtering, endpoint security, brand safety and contextual targeting, cyber threat intelligence and analysis, and more.