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Imperva Secures Databases

Imperva introduces ADC Insight Services to enable organizations to quickly and easily secure databases and meet regulatory pressures

FOSTER CITY, Calif. -- ImpervaR, the global leader in data security and compliance solutions for the data center, today announced Imperva ADC Insight Services, a continuously updated library of configuration packages that tailor SecureSphere gateways for the security, audit, and compliance needs of specific business applications and regulations. Created by the Imperva Application Defense Center, an internationally recognized security and compliance research organization, ADC Insights instantly set-up SecureSphere to monitor and protect SAP ERP and Oracle E-Business applications, and meet requirements for Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and the PCI Standard. ADC Insights enable organizations to quickly and easily secure databases and meet regulatory pressures without in-depth knowledge of these applications or mandates.

To eliminate knowledge gaps that lead to security exposures and audit blind spots, ADC Insights immediately secure key business applications and streamline the compliance process. Each ADC Insight combines automated database assessments, configuration settings, attack signatures, policies, and packaged reports for a given application or standard. Organizations can apply multiple ADC Insights at the same time. For example, an on-line retailer that processes credit card transactions may choose to deploy both the Oracle E-Business and PCI Insight packages.

"Meeting regulatory requirements and securing complex enterprise systems requires in-depth knowledge of applications, database platforms, operating systems, and often vague compliance guidelines," said Amichai Shulman, CTO and head of the Imperva ADC. "With the ADC Insight Services we have packaged the knowledge and expertise of our research organization into a set of turn-key solutions that go beyond simple reports, and automate database security and audit configuration from end-to-end."

Imperva Inc.

 

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