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.
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So what does IoT Security mean in a rapidly growing device ecosystem? Chuck Martin, Host of The Voices of IoT podcast, and zvelo CEO, Jeff Finn, sat down to discuss the current state of security in the exploding IoT market.
Jeff Finn, zvelo CEO, Discusses the Role of Content Categorization in Ensuring Brand Safety in CMO Innovation
With the digital advertising industry increasingly shaped by programmatic ad buying, brands are realizing the necessity – from a brand safety perspective – of ensuring that their ads steer clear of associations with objectionable content.
In the end, the content that makes up fake news still has some connection to real news or an actual event. Can AI tell the difference between fake news and satire?
Using curated marketplaces to ensure brand safety in digital ad buys by Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo When Forrest Gump’s mother famously told him that “life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get,” she just as easily could have been talking about digital ad placements purchased programmatically. *****The following…
Content categorization vendor zvelo is getting into the internet of things (IoT) space with the debut of the company’s new IoT Security platform.
Much conversation over recent months has centred around brand safety, or lack thereof. How does the industry tackle brand safety and is it technically a ‘fixable’ issue?
The YouTube ad placement problem, where ads were placed along improper content, got the ad community riled up.
In the wake of realizing that Google, even with all of its impressive tools, failed to prevent all ads purchased programmatically from appearing alongside terrorist and hate group content, what’s the next move for brands (and for ad tech)?
In The Stack, Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo, asks whether there are enough incentives for consumers to be concerned about the security of their IoT devices…
For customers purchasing Internet of Things (IoT) devices – a group that either includes or will include just about every one of us soon enough – it’s easy to get excited about the idea of smart light bulbs, speakers, thermostats, power outlets, and a host of other convenient, connected hardware the market offers. The chief selling point of most IoT devices is their functionality and simplicity, enabling us to control or track everything in our lives with our voices or our phones.