Imperva & RSA/EMC Link App Security & IDs

Imperva achieves RSA-secured partner program certification

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

January 22, 2008

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FOSTER CITY, Calif. -- Imperva, the leader in application data security and compliance, today announced that it has joined the RSA Secured Partner Program and Imperva SecureSphere has achieved certified interoperability with RSAR Access Manager software from RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE: EMC). This partnership is designed to enable joint customers to deploy a layered web security infrastructure that provides interoperable application protection with user access control.

The technical interoperability between SecureSphere and RSA Access Manager is designed to enable IT security teams to access user login credentials from RSA Access Manager following security violation alerts issued by SecureSphere. This capability provides an identity-based tracing mechanism for linking users and the actions they perform using web applications. Tracing users and their actions is a requirement for audit and compliance, but is difficult to achieve with Web applications since they typically pool connections to back-end databases which obscures login credentials.

"RSA Secured certification provides customers with the confidence of knowing that SecureSphere and RSA Access Manager will interoperate," said Rohit Gupta, vice president of business development for Imperva. "We are pleased to join the RSA Secured Partner Program."

Imperva Inc.

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