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  • Imperva announced in August its newest Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) release, featuring architectural changes to secure dynamic cloud-native applications and ease deployment. This is the latest addition to Imperva’s Attack Analytics machine learning platform, and can be used in conjunction with Imperva’s Cloud WAF and Cloud Data Security offerings. With this launch, RASP is also now available in China and Japan. Learn more using the link.

  • "Imperva Research Labs' June 2020 Cyber Threat Index (CTI) Report analyzed data from the past six months to reveal the overall impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on web traffic patterns. Since January 2020, traffic to Law & Government sites spiked by 71% as consumers visited gov.org sites for resources and assistance throughout the pandemic. Industries like Food (+60%), Entertainment (+43%) and Retail (+20%) also saw similar increases. The CTI uncovered that Healthcare sites are highly susceptible to remote attacks, with remote code execution and data leakage as the most dominant attacks. The Cyber Threat Index was created by Imperva Research Labs. To view more monthly insights and recommendations, visit the Cyber Threat Index homepage. https://www.imperva.com/cyber-threat-index/

  • Through 2020, all Impervians will receive an additional paid volunteer time off (VTO) day to further support charities and organizations of their choice amid COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement. At Imperva, we believe in serving our communities in which we work and live in. ImpervaServes began in 2019 and allows employees two paid VTO days to use as they see fit. The additional day to ImpervaServes now offers three paid VTO days to all employees. So far, employees have participated in volunteer activities like: teaching French at a local primary school, donating blood to the Red Cross, writing Christmas cards for the elderly and more.

  • The May 2020 Cyber Threat Index revealed seven major application DDoS attacks - two of which lasted 5-6 days. This is unusual since most (70% in May) of these attacks typically last less than 24 hours. Additionally, the team found that 47% of account takeover (ATO) attacks were aimed at loyalty programs and streaming services. Finally, Imperva Research Labs listed cloud platforms and automated tools as the main source of attacks against government sites in the United States. According to our report, a total of 65% of the attacks against Law and Government sites in the US originated from cloud platforms using automated tools written in the Python programming language. The Cyber Threat Index was created by Imperva Research Labs. To view more monthly insights and recommendations, visit the Cyber Threat Index homepage. https://www.imperva.com/cyber-threat-index/

  • Imperva Research Labs launches the Cyber Threat Index (CTI), a monthly report and measurement of the global cyber threat landscape across data and applications. The easy-to-understand Index provides a score that tracks the cyber-threat level consistently over time and observes trends. This month’s CTI score is 776, on a scale of zero to 1000, the highest to date. View the Index using the link here: https://www.imperva.com/cyber-threat-index/ Read more about the launch of CTI in Imperva’s blog here: https://www.imperva.com/blog/cyberthreatindex/

    The Cyber Threat Index is a high-level, monthly report and measurement of the global cyber threat landscape, across data and applications. The current Cyber Threat Index is 776. This is categorized as High and is up 8 percent since December.

    The Cyber Threat Index is a high-level, monthly report and measurement of the global cyber threat landscape, across data and applications. The current Cyber Threat Index is 776. This is categorized as High and is up 8 percent since December.

  • Imperva appoints Nanhi Singh as chief customer officer and Paul J. Loftus as chief revenue officer as the company enters its next chapter of growth. Both Nanhi and Paul authored a blog about why they joined Imperva and what you can expect from them in 2020. Read Nanhi and Paul’s blog down below. Paul’s Blog: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMsms Nanhi’s Blog: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMsm7

    I've been in the cybersecurity industry for a couple of decades now, and the tech industry even longer. If there's one thing I've learned across all my roles, it's the value of focusing on customer experience. It sounds intuitive, right? I'm sure many of you are nodding your heads or giving me the teen-perfected "eye ...

    I've been in the cybersecurity industry for a couple of decades now, and the tech industry even longer. If there's one thing I've learned across all my roles, it's the value of focusing on customer experience. It sounds intuitive, right? I'm sure many of you are nodding your heads or giving me the teen-perfected "eye ...

  • Imperva, Inc., the cybersecurity leader championing the fight to secure data and applications wherever they reside, announced Pam Murphy as its new Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Read more about Pam and why she joined Imperva in the blog below.

  • Last week more than 220 Impervians participated in Imperva’s annual company-wide hackathon themed “Better Together.” One person, product or function can’t do it alone, so our Product Development team challenged participants to collaborate beyond their day-to-day business partners to conceptualize, code and create projects that result in a “Better Imperva” or a “Better World.” You can read about the event from Threat Analytics Research Manager and event chair, Nadav Avital here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMUVv

    The smell of pizza -150 boxes to be exact - filled our global offices last week as more than 220 Impervians (technical and non-technical) rolled up their sleeves to participate in Imperva's annual company-wide hackathon. Each team was given 24-hours to bring their project to life with occasional assistance from technical mentors and direct access to almost every function.

    The smell of pizza -150 boxes to be exact - filled our global offices last week as more than 220 Impervians (technical and non-technical) rolled up their sleeves to participate in Imperva's annual company-wide hackathon. Each team was given 24-hours to bring their project to life with occasional assistance from technical mentors and direct access to almost every function.

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