For the average web surfer, the URL bar provides a magical portal to the interwebz where anything that can be thought of can be entered—revealing the treasures of the internet at the stroke of ‘enter’. For the rest of us, we know it gets much more complicated than that as we slip down the rabbit hole and into OSI, DNS, TLS, HTTPS, subdomains…
zvelo offers industry leading URL classification services. zvelo collects, processes, and analyzes a continuous stream of URLs, representing the ActiveWeb traffic generated by its partner networks which service more than 600+ million end users globally. zvelo uses a proprietary AI-based URL classification engine to accurately categorize content, as well as detect objectionable, sensitive, malicious and phishing threats.
Communication via SMS is globally ubiquitous and attackers increasingly leverage Smishing to distribute phishing links to bait their victims.
Completing the CTI Process Loop blog series, this post focuses on the last three stages of the CTI Loop: Analysis, Dissemination & Feedback.
zvelo releases its first Cyber Threat Intelligence Malicious Trends Report for insights into current threats and exploits on the ActiveWeb.
Beyond the malicious and phishing activities of the ActiveWeb, lurks suspicious activity with new domain registrations in the ProActiveWeb.
Learn about the CTI Collection and Processing stages of the feedback loop and how zvelo leverages each stage for Cyber Threat Intelligence.
We’ve put together this glossary of cyber threat definitions as a resource for you in your quest to help make the internet a safer place for all!
Domain Generation Algorithms (DGAs) are a key tool for threat actors. As DGAs become more sophisticated and increasingly difficult to detect, zvelo’s Cybersecurity Team recommends heightened awareness and shares what you need to know.
zvelo’s Cybersecurity Team shares how you can use Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) to successfully deliver actionable intelligence to support executive decision making which protects your Operating Environment (EO).
Phishing threats are not homogeneous in nature. Malicious actors use several different phishing attack topologies to execute their campaigns – each of which require a different approach to detect and mitigate the threat.