announced by Imperva over 3 years
By Brian Contos, Chief Security Strategist, Imperva
SYDNEY, 22 January, 2010—Imperva, the leader in data security, announced today the release of study analysing 32 million passwords recently exposed in the Rockyou.com breach.
Imperva-NEON partnership gives mainframe users comprehensive database activity monitoring capabilities
announced by Imperva over 2 years
SYDNEY, July 23, 2010— Imperva, the leader in data security, announced today it will partner with NEON Enterprise Software to provide best-in-class database auditing capabilities for DB2 on z/OS.
As interest in Google's Wave technology - the online giant's successor to old-fashioned email - peaks, so hackers and scammers will inevitably ride the coat tails of Wave Web searches and attempt to divert Internet users to malicious and infected sites, s
Imperva partners with ActiveBase to provide first-ever joint data activity monitoring and data masking solution
SYDNEY, August 10, 2010— Imperva, the leader in data security, announced today it has partnered with ActiveBase, a pioneer in Dynamic Data Masking, to provide the broadest protection for sensitive data available today.
SYDNEY, September 30, 2010 – It is reported that French police have arrested a ring of mobile phone hackers involved in fraud worth millions of Euros.