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Posted Apr 7, 2009

Imperva Transforms Database Security with Integrated Data Risk Management

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Imperva]

Redwood Shores, Calif., April 6, 2009 – Imperva today announced the first integrated risk management platform for protecting databases, data, and the applications that use them. The new capabilities, which are available as part of SecureSphere version 7, combine risk scoring and visualization for databases and data allowing organizations to immediately detect and fix problems before a breach or audit failure can occur. The company also introduced the SecureSphere Discovery and Assessment Server, an automated solution for identifying sensitive data and vulnerabilities in databases. Finally, Imperva announced it has repackaged its five data security products as the SecureSphere Data Security Suite to align its offerings with customer deployment scenarios.

The article continues at http://www.imperva.com/news/press/2009/04_06_Imperva_Transforms_Database_Security_with_Integrated_Data_Risk_Management.html



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