- Shlomo Kramer. Fisher, Paul // SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals (UK Edition);May2008, p22
An interview with Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. founder Shlomo Kramer is presented. When asked about his reasons for creating Imperva, Kramer says he enjoys the process of taking an idea he believes in and turning it into market reality. He offers suggestions to become Payment Card...
- Survey Identifies Top Data Security Technologies to Stem Data Breaches. // Database & Network Journal;Oct2010, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p6
The article reports on the comprehensive independent data security survey conducted by Imperva Inc. and Securosis on over 1100 multinational IT security practitioners. It says that the survey focuses on revealing the technologies that security practitioners find successful to alleviate breaches...
- Untitled. Grant, Ian // Computer Weekly;11/16/2010, p82
The article focuses on the details of data security threats which will be released by Imperva Inc. in 2011. It tells that according to the company, file security will become the top security issue. As per Imperva, computer hackers will use smartphones and tablets for attacking the security in...
- Imperva Announces Alliance. // Database & Network Journal;Feb2011, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p24
The article reports that Imperva Inc. has launched PartnerSphere Technology Alliance, a technology ecosystem which offers a blueprint for data security and compliance.
- Universal Visibility Architecture. // Software World;May2007, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p22
The article evaluates the SecureSphere Universal Visibility Architecture, database security solution from Imperva.
- SecureSphere Database Activity Monitoring v8.5. Lipinski, Michael // SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals (15476693);Nov2011, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p53
The article evaluates the SecureSphere Database Activity Monitoring (DAM) v8.5 from Imperva Inc.
- Untitled. Ashford, Warwick // Computer Weekly;11/30/2010, p3
The article offers information on a survey conducted by Imperva Inc. related to data theft in Great Britain. More than 1,000 employees participated in the survey out of which 72 percent admitted that they had taken data from their employers and nearly half mentioned that information is stored in...
- Untitled. Ashford, Warwick // Computer Weekly;11/30/2010, p31
The article offers information on a survey conducted by Imperva Inc. related to data theft by employees in Great Britain. It states that 72 percent out of 1,000 employees admitted taking data from their employers and mentions that the most common method of taking out the data was universal...
- SecureSphere Database Activity Monitoring (X2500). Atkinson, Tyler // SC Magazine: For IT Security Professionals (UK Edition);Jan/Feb2014, p32
The article evaluates the SecureSphere Database Activity Monitoring (X2500) application security tool from Imperva.