A comprehensive overview of cyber threat intelligence: What it is, how it’s used, the process lifecycle, use cases, and evaluation guidelines.
Malicious threat detection is a critical capability for service providers, businesses and network security vendors allowing real-time identification of URLs and IPs associated with viruses, malware, and other threats with potential to harm to your system.
Amid Cyren’s liquidation announcement, zvelo stands ready to provide a superior solution with minimal disruption to vendors and their users.
This blog post offers social engineering countermeasures and provides guidance to minimize the risk of falling victim to these attacks.
For businesses in need of a reliable alternative to Cyren, zvelo provides a path to a superior solution with minimal disruption.
From novice hackers to complex cybercriminal networks, see how attackers build detailed profiles of their social engineering attack targets.
Social engineering prevention basics: Learn what it is, the red flags of an attack, and how your personal digital habits create organizational risks.
Social engineering attacks are a type of cybercrime that human weakness by using psychological manipulation to trick individuals.
The latest string of attacks using Qakbot malware are breaching networks and successfully deploying ransomware in less than half a day.
OSINT vs Commercial Threat Intelligence – A high level overview weighing the pros and cons for each type of threat feed.
Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) is the piece of the SASE framework that is focused on securing the end user’s web browsing experience.