Imperva is the cybersecurity leader whose mission is to protect data and all paths to it. Imperva protects the data of over 6,200 customers from cyber attacks through all stages of their digital transformation.
With an analyst-recognized wide portfolio of Application, Data, and Cloud Security solutions, Imperva protects and provides a secure foundation for our customers’ businesses. Once deployed, Imperva solutions proactively identify, evaluate and eliminate current and emerging threats – in the cloud, on-premise, or in a hybrid environment.
Imperva Research Labs and our global intelligence community enable Imperva to stay ahead of the threat landscape and seamlessly integrate the latest security, privacy and compliance expertise into our solutions.
Experience that’s earned
• The only 7x Gartner Magic Quadrant WAF leader
• 2x Leader in the Forrester New Wave for Bot Management
• 2x Winner for Best Database Security by SC Magazine
Imperva protects 6000+ enterprises and millions of people daily.
• 33/50 Top Global Banks
• 8/10 Top Global Telecom Providers
• 7/10 Top Global Financial Services Firms
• 7/10 Top Global Insurance Companies
Imperva secures your cloud environment with a complete solution stack that protects your applications, APIs, and databases.
Applications, APIs, and microservices are deployed faster than security teams can secure them. Protect your customer’s critical workloads with the industry’s only defense-in-depth approach.
Data is the heart of your business – with more applications and users accessing it over time. Imperva monitors and protects your customer’s most sensitive information both on-premises and in the cloud.
The edge is where 15 billion devices connect to organizations and each other. Imperva protects the edge with a unified global network and industry-first 3-second SLA.
activereach provided Crown Golf with an innovative solution to lower our costs for e-mail and web filtering.
They have continued to be responsive when supporting our business, coming to me with other opportunities to save costs, streamline operations and improve service for our associated clients. I am delighted to have made a switch to them as a supplier.
Microsoft saw an increase in phishing by e-mail of 250% in 2018 to a high of 0.55% of all inbound email to Office365 users. Ransomware declined by 60% and malware, in general, by 37%.
Source: Microsoft Security Intelligence Report 2019
Solution: Stopping phishing attacks requires a multi-faceted solution of technical controls, awareness training, and detection methods for successful breaches - and good password and security hygeine by employees. Multi-factor authentication and/or PAM for administrators is essential.