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Imperva
950 Tower Lane, Suite 1550
Foster City,
CA 94404
USA
[t] +1 650 345 9000
[f] +1 650 345 9004
Imperva casts doubts on IE use in Google hack
20 January, 2010
Browser vulnerabilities quoted as unlikely to have enabled the depth of penetration into Google's systems with spear-phishing seeming the more likely method, according to Imperva CTO
Bank data breach revelation re-inforces need for multi-layered security
18 January, 2010
After Suffolk County Bank allowed the credentials of over 8000 customers to fall into the wrong hands, Imperva comments on the increased risk of such losses as hackers target credentials as being more valuable than card data
Imperva speculates on Google China hack methods
15 January, 2010
Google may have become victim to a hacking attack in China as a result of web server vulnerabilities according to Imperva
Oracle vulnerabilities crucial to be patched
14 January, 2010
Quarterly patch bulletin from Oracle demands attention as database vulnerability could lead to data loss
SQL flaw at Rockyou has wider e-mail security implications
15 December, 2009
Social networking sites are continuing to take blows in user confidence as an SQL injection flaw discovered in Rockyou.com could compromise web-based e-mail accounts of subscribers if exploited
A decade of cybercrime predictions from Imperva
09 December, 2009
Five trends in IT security identified by Imperva for the dawn of the new decade including the commercialization of hacking and a move to proactive security technology
Yahoo fixes jobsite SQL injection flaw
17 November, 2009
Jobsite secured by Yahoo! after receiving a report from Imperva about vulnerability to Blind SQLi attacks
Brussels data loss mandate an opportunity for UK Government
12 November, 2009
Imperva argues that the latest telco mandate from the European Council to reveal data loss incidents presents an ideal opportunity for the UK Government to improve privacy legislation
Vulnerable police web site suffers hack
11 November, 2009
Imperva comments on the hacking incident reported to have occurred on Durham Police's web site
CEO revenge attack serves as warning to block out former employees
04 November, 2009
Imperva is warning companies to ensure that former employees' inside knowledge of corporate IT systems don't provide them with a means of taking revenge
European sales growth for Imperva
30 October, 2009
Web application firewall sales in EMEA during third quarter brings leap in revenue at Imperva
SQL Injection attack may be behind Guardian website hack
27 October, 2009
Imperva believes the high profile attack on the Guardian Jobs Web site may not be as sophisticated as reported with classic signs of an SQL injection approach
Recession fuels insider threat risk
23 October, 2009
Imperva comments on the recent arrest of a Ford employee for stealing confidential information in the context of the global increase in insider threats
Bumper patch update proves ineffectiveness of SDLC
16 October, 2009
Imperva comments on the latest patch release from Microsoft which it believes is testimony to a lack of robustness within the Software Development Lifecycle
45 percent third quarter growth for Imperva
14 October, 2009
PCI experts achieve largest ever quarterly growth performance and new members to its senior management team
Procedural flaws cause MoD leak
09 October, 2009
Imperva believes the recent leak of MoD documents onto the web resulted from poor handling procedures of old documents
Imperva expects hackers to surf in on GoogleÃÂÃâ€ÂÃâ€Âs Wave
07 October, 2009
Interest generated by Wave Technology from Google is predicted to bring a new generation of hacking techniques, predicts Imperva
Many companiestest still not meeting PCI DSS compliance requirements
25 September, 2009
The results of a survey by Imperva and the Ponemon Institute show that a large number of businesses, particularly smaller ones, need to consider card user data security in advance of the PCI DSS deadline at the end of October
Simultaneous application and data protection
15 September, 2009
Agilent Technologies security architect recently interviewed by Imperva on the next level of security integration through the simulations protection of applications and data
Improved web application security required in the UK
11 September, 2009
Imperva comments on the state of application security in the UK after web app vulnerabilities increased significantly during the past year
VP for Asia Pacific appointed at Imperva
02 September, 2009
New Asia Pacific Vice President to strengthen Imperva's Data Security products' position in the market
Protection advice against latest SQL injection attack
28 August, 2009
Chinese mass SQL injection attack results in drive-by downloads targeting innocent users of infected sites warns Imperva
Record company hack a publicity stunt
24 August, 2009
Leaked recordings allegedly stolen from Syco records probably the result of a publicity stunt rather than the claimed hack according to Imperva
Strong 2Q earnings for Imperva
31 July, 2009
30% growth seen at Imperva as the second financial quarter closes with record earnings for the company
Cloud computing draws the attention of data thieves
28 July, 2009
In the wake of Network Solutions data breach, Imperva CEO comments on the link between increased attacks on data servers and the rise in cloud computing
Poor security enabled Twitter executive hack
23 July, 2009
Imperva believes the recent hack on the account of a senior member of Twitter could have been avoided with better security safeguards to protect passwords
Oracle patches necessary to plug hacker vulnerability
17 July, 2009
After South Korean web site attacks last week, Imperva is recommending Oracle users to eliminate security flaws with patches
Imperva comments on South Korean web-site attacks
14 July, 2009
According to data security specialist Imperva, recent attacks on South Korean and US Government web sites were easy to have been organized by anyone within a modest budget
Celebrity hacks demonstrate ease of Web 2.0 penetration
02 July, 2009
Imperva comments on the recent spate of celebrity death hoaxes spreading through the Web 2.0 community and fuelled by little more than mischief
Insider abuse protection from Imperva
29 May, 2009
Lockout for privileged users suspected of abuse now included in database firewall from Imperva
Web application firewall gains EAL 2 certification
23 April, 2009
The SecureSphere data security suite from Imperva gains crucial US Government certification for quality and reliability
US IT security standards met by Imperva
29 December, 2008
Web application firewall and database gateway from Imperva meets Federal information processing standard
Privileged access monitoring reduces data loss
11 December, 2008
Database security report links poor management of privileged access rights with higher levels of corporate data breaches
Web application security award for SecureSphere
11 December, 2008
SecureSphere from Imperva recognised as best web application security product in awards finals
Web application firewall for mid-sized companiestest
07 October, 2008
Companies with smaller IT budgets can benefit from automatic web application firewall with the release of SecureSphere standard edition
Two tier partner program for web application firewall products
07 October, 2008
PartnerSphere program launched by Imperva to encourage partner participation in data protection and web firewall market penetration
New Database Security Gateways provide row-level auditing and alerts.
12 March, 2008
Imperva's SecureSphere Database Security Gateways now automatically identifies and alerts organizations to suspicious changes to sensitive database values right down to the row level.
RSA certifies Imperva for joint identity-based security.
23 January, 2008
SecuresSphere and RSA Access Manager certified by RSA as interoperable products which provide enhanced access control security.
Imperva voted best enterprise security solution.
17 December, 2007
SC Magazine recognises SecureSphere as being the best enterprise security application after poll of CSOs.
Imperva becomes member of PCI security standards council.
17 September, 2007
Membership of Payment Card Industry standards council demonstrates Imperva's commitment to the development and maintenance of security standards within the industry.
Free database security scanner a success.
25 June, 2007
Thousands of users across a wide range of industry sectors have already downloaded Imperva's free vulnerability scanner for databases.
Configuration library for simpler enterprise compliance.
04 June, 2007
ADC Insight Services provides system configuration services to keep in line with regulatory compliance requirements.
Database access tracking from Imperva.
10 May, 2007
Network based database access tracking mechanism provides full visibility along with the automation of frequently used maintenance tasks.
Monitoring database activity with SecureSphere.
08 May, 2007
Compliance assurance takes a step forward with monitoring tool from Imperva which tracks all database accesses from all sources.
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