zvelo’s cybersecurity team shares best security practices and tips for remote workers as the world grapples with the impact of COVID-19.
Cybersecurity is the practice of defending computers, devices, networks, systems, and data from malicious attacks, unauthorized access, or criminal use.
The threat landscape continues to evolve—individual and state-backed hackers and agencies become increasingly emboldened to compromise websites and servers, steal CPU cycles for cryptocurrency mining, embark on social engineering efforts to find backdoors, and sway public opinion through fake news and other measures. As the threat landscape changes, so must cybersecurity tools and applications. zvelo provides the most advanced URL/IP categorization database which can be leveraged by cybersecurity applications for web filtering, whitelists and blacklists, and residential and business protections against bad actors and malicious online behavior. Explore our network security solutions, and malicious exploit detection offerings for the most advanced threat intelligence available to OEMs and device manufacturers.
zvelo Cybersecurity Recap- SnowFROC is an application security conference designed to help developers and technologists improve the security of software.
Unpatched vulnerabilities cause one third of breaches. 34% of all vulnerabilities reported so far this remain unpatched. How are you mitigating your risks?
Implementing critical security policies is one thing, but enforcing them is an uphill battle. Here are 5 security battles worth fighting to enforce.
Phishing attacks increasingly focus on people because the human layer is easily exploited. Here are 3 ways to fortify your defenses against phishing.
Malicious Cryptocurrency Mining, or Cryptojacking, is the unauthorized use of a user’s device to mine cryptocurrencies. This article covers primary infection methods and tips for identification and prevention of cryptomining malware.
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).
In the security community, little attention is paid to compromised websites that don’t serve up malware. The malicious URL lists maintained by the anti-virus companies, by Google, and by nearly every other source of malicious URLs rely on anti-virus to trigger on exploits and malware to determine if a site is malicious. In a few select cases, behavioral analysis may be used to determine if a visit to a website will lead to an infected computer.
An outage of the Windows Live ID service affected a large number of MSN users today including users of the popular Hotmail email service. Hotmail is one of the largest web based email outlets and not surprisingly news of the outage spread quickly as users were not able to access their email.