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How Security Enables Business Growth

As more data is created and collected every day, more users within and outside of your organization are accessing it to create business value. Identifying the security risks without compromising the agility of your business is critical.

Join this exclusive video interview with Kunal Anand, Chief Technology Officer of Imperva, to learn more about how organizations should use cybersecurity as a business differentiator to enable scale and growth.

Viewers will have an opportunity to learn more about:
- Why managing your digital transformation is key to protecting data wherever it lives, on-premise or in the cloud in the age of breaches
- Understanding your users and the attack vectors to your web application to identify malicious activity that puts your business at risk
- How security can enable business growth and serve your customers better.

This video interview will be broadcast LIVE from San Francisco during the 2020 RSA Conference.
Recorded Feb 25 2020 26 mins
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Kunal Anand, Chief Technology Officer, Imperva & Rick Moy, Head of Marketing, Acalvio Technologies
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  • Where Do We Go From Here? 2021 Security Predictions Dec 15 2020 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Peter Klimek, Director of Technology, Office of the CTO and Brian Anderson, Director of Technology, Office of the CTO
    2020 proved to be a year of global disruption on a variety of levels. As a result, IT professionals were forced to quickly reprioritize their approach to cyber and data security. With 2021 fast approaching, security leaders must continue to adapt to the changing public health, political and technological landscapes that are impacting organizations’ data security strategy and posture.

    Please join security experts from the Imperva Office of the CTO, Brian Anderson and Peter Klimek, as they provide key trends, insights and examples to consider going into 2021.
    • The new digital “normal” puts greater reliance on microservices
    • Digital transformation projects implode into data security liabilities
    • Serverless computing becomes a playground for cybercriminals
    • The maturity of 5G and expansion of IoT fuels botnet armies
    • The U.S. catches up with the world on data privacy
  • Data Breaches Coming Home to Roost in 2021 Dec 9 2020 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Terry Ray, SVP and Imperva Fellow, Imperva
    Host and Data Security expert Terry Ray predicts that a sea of 2020 data breaches will come home to roost in 2021 due to the significant rise in cyber-attack activity amid the global pandemic.  Some we already know of while countless others have yet to be reported. 
     
    Join this webinar for a discussion of how the New Year will reveal a record-pace of exploitations using stolen credentials and millions of exposed files and data . If you are unfortunate enough to experience a breach, how you react, and what you do in the immediate aftermath will have a big impact on public perception and regulatory intervention.  You will hear about the challenges and gaps post breach that most organizations experience
     
    * What information is necessary to identify the breach specifics
    * What are regulators going to require
    * What are some best practices to remediate 
    * The differences between manual and automated post-breach analysis
     
    The discussion will also include expert advice about appropriate levels of data security within  cybersecurity programs, expectations for complying with stricter data privacy regulations, and specific security measures you should consider to fully protect the data in both your data center, and in the cloud, to avoid problems in 2021.
  • Modern Applications and Creative Attackers: Application Security in Flux Recorded: Nov 19 2020 64 mins
    Kunal Anand, CTO, Imperva
    The rise of ransom DDoS attacks is just one indication that application security attacks are more complex and targeted than ever. Attacks are now targeting business logic via APIs and microservices, leveraging malicious bots to steal your customers' accounts. Application security that only protects against the OWASP top 10 attacks delivers insufficient protection in today’s threat landscape. Join our CTO, Kunal Anand, as he explores these challenges and offers insight into what you can be doing today to help protect your tomorrow.
  • DDoS Attacks: The New Normal, Not Just A Trend Recorded: Nov 18 2020 50 mins
    Johnathan Azaria - Imperva Data Scientist
    COVID-19 has made 2020 a year to remember.

    While the world has been changing around us adapting to the ‘new normal’, so too has the cyber security landscape.

    Organizations were abruptly forced to adapt to protecting remote workers on a massive scale, to protect their critical data and to maintain stability of business operations during times of global disruption.

    The growing number of people relying on online services for work and personal reasons changed the cyber threat landscape and presented new opportunities for attackers.

    Availability has been difficult to guarantee as DDoS attacks grow not just in number, but also in impact.

    In this webinar you will learn:

    - How DDoS attack trends changed during COVID-19
    - How different industries have been targeted by DDoS attacks
    - How Imperva DDoS Protection mitigates against multi-vector attacks to protect your business
    - How Imperva mitigated its largest DDoS attack this year
  • Virtual fireside chat: The state of data security Recorded: Nov 11 2020 67 mins
    Imperva CTO, Kunal Anand & Imperva SVP of Data Security, Ron Bennatan
    Join us to hear a dynamic conversation between Kunal and Ron as they discuss what’s driving the data security market, give you practical steps to improve your security posture, and provide a peek into what Imperva is doing to help make it simpler for everyone.

    Whether you’re a data security guru, or new to the space, this session will be a unique opportunity to dive into the minds of two experts in their domains:

    Ron Bennatan, also known as the “data security guy”, co-founded Guardium and jSonar, has written 11 technical books, and held roles at J.P. Morgan, Merrill Lynch, Intel and AT&T Bell labs.

    Kunal Anand, serial entrepreneur, CTO of Imperva and former co-founder of Prevoty, has held leading roles in MySpace, BBC Worldwide and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab.
  • Protecting Beyond the OWASP Top 10: Why Analysts Suggest a move to Cloud WAAP Recorded: Nov 10 2020 54 mins
    Matt Hathaway, VP of Product Marketing
    Application security that only protects against the OWASP top 10 attacks delivers insufficient protection in today’s threat landscape.
    Join Imperva’s Matt Hathaway, VP of Product Marketing, as we analyze the key insights from the new 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Application Firewalls and how these trends have impacted 2020 to date.

    From this session you will understand:

    • Trends in the consideration of cloud deployments
    • How your security requirements should adapt to the changing web application and API threat landscape (WAAP)
    • The role of WAF services in your overall security strategy
  • Why NIST recognizes RASP to reduce software development risks Recorded: Oct 21 2020 59 mins
    Dr. Edward Amoroso, CEO Tag Cyber and Kunal Anand, CTO Imperva
    The NIST Cybersecurity Framework standardizes the practices and controls that mitigate constantly evolving cyberthreats and adopted by both government entities as well as global businesses is increasingly becoming the basis of other key industry security standards.

    The most recent evolution of the framework highlights the Software Development Lifecycle and identifies the need to implement automated security instrumentation as a critical approach to detect and block the impact of software vulnerabilities and increase the speed of release cycles.

    NIST 800-53 now specifically calls out Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) as a control to mitigate risk due to software security vulnerabilities, such as insecure code, software supply chain vulnerabilities, and other factors.

    The addition of this control by NIST is a recognition that automated application security instrumentation is critical to lowering the risk posed by such software vulnerabilities.
    Imperva RASP detects and blocks attacks from inside the application. Using patented LangSec techniques which treat data as code, RASP has full context of potentially malicious payloads before the application completes its processes. The result? Fast and accurate protection with NO signatures and NO learning mode.

    Join Dr. Edward Amoroso, CEO at Tag Cyber and Kunal Anand, CTO at Imperva to find out how NIST is evolving to cover the SDLC and what that means for cybersecurity. Learn also how our analyst leading RASP solution enables DevOps teams to release applications efficiently, with stronger security and lower risk.
  • Bad Bots are Striking Back and Ruining the Internet Recorded: Sep 30 2020 54 mins
    Edward Roberts, Director, Product Marketing, Imperva and Amy DeMartine, VP, Research Director, Forrester
    One in every four web requests is a bad bot looking to hurt your business. From price scraping to credential stuffing, bots are all over your website and mobile app. In today's environment, bad bots are also trying to legitimize their behavior. Data from Imperva's annual “Bad Bot Report,” prepared by its threat researchers, will explain what bots are doing and why you should be concerned.

    Join Imperva and a leading Forrester Analyst to learn more about the bot problem and understand the latest data from the Bad Bot Report 2020.

    Key takeaways will include:
    •How Forrester sees the bot problem and the solutions available to you.
    •The current state of the bot landscape supported by data from Imperva’s annual “Bad Bot Report 2020”
    •Why bot operators are actively trying to rebrand
    •How to enhance security and protect against bad bots with an Advanced Bot Protection solution
  • Reduce risk and protect critical data to meet CCPA compliance Recorded: Aug 27 2020 57 mins
    Dr. Edward Amoroso, CEO at Tag Cyber and Terry Ray, Senior VP Strategy for Finance and Healthcare
    The rapid growth of personal data and the simultaneous increase in cyberattacks and breaches is making data security a top priority for businesses around the world driving more stringent data privacy regulations.

    The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) which came into effect on January 1, 2020 with regulatory enforcement beginning July 1, is meant to improve privacy rights and consumer protection for residents of California by providing them with the right to know when their personal data is being collected, whether their personal data is being disclosed or sold, and to whom. All businesses that collect the personal data of California residents, even those businesses with no physical presence in the state, must comply with the legislation, and failure to do so could result in severe financial and reputational penalties.

    Imperva offers a range of data security solutions to help organizations meet data privacy and protection compliance obligations whether in the Cloud or on-premises.

    Join Dr. Edward Amoroso, CEO at Tag Cyber and Terry Ray, Senior VP Strategy for Finance and Healthcare to learn how Imperva solutions support CCPA compliance and many other data privacy regulations.
  • See How Database Visibility and Compliance Can Happen in Minutes Recorded: Aug 5 2020 59 mins
    Roy Rodan, Solutions Architect, AWS; Ran Rosin, Director of Product Management, Imperva; Bal Heroor, CEO, Mactores
    When it comes to data and databases, security and compliance are essential. Solutions like Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) provide built-in security with features including network isolation, data encryption, and automated backups.

    Hear Mactores, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Advanced Consulting Partner, share why it deploys Imperva to provide evidence of compliance and gain visibility of its data for regulated industries. See a demo of how to protect Amazon Aurora MySQL and learn how quickly Imperva Cloud Data Security gets you in command of your data.



    Learning objectives:
    Quickly achieving compliance using a frictionless SaaS-based monitoring solution
    Automatic discovery of databases and classification of sensitive data
    Continuous visibility to track threats and data activity
    Machine Learning and AI to reduce risk of data loss
    Using at-the-ready, correlated reports for audits including HIPAA, PCI, and GDPR
  • How to Secure Data After It’s Moved to the Cloud Without You Recorded: Jul 30 2020 48 mins
    Mike Martin, Imperva Systems Engineering Manager
    Your business is moving data to the cloud without all the security controls mandated for on-prem. After all, the promised economics and business agility are far too attractive for business leaders to ignore. But, attackers are after data, auditors demand evidence, and Security is still responsible for protecting data. You need to catch up with that data before attackers and auditors find it, and you need to catch up right now.

    Join Imperva's experts to learn how to reconcile Security's need for visibility with the business's need for speed and agility - in minutes.

    The webinar will include:
    - Learn the fast path to getting control of your data already in cloud
    - What capabilities you will have to bring to make cloud DBaaS secure and audit-ready
    - How business leaders can help mitigate data breaches and prevent audit driven rollbacks
    - How cloud-native data security can be frictionless to the business

    You will also see a demonstration of Imperva Cloud Data Security protecting AWS Aurora MySQL.
  • Cybersecurity in healthcare and the impact on compliance Recorded: Jul 22 2020 58 mins
    Terry Ray Senior Vice President of Strategy for Finance and Healthcare - Imperva Fellow
    Healthcare organizations have always been a target for cyberattackers who are out to get their hands on valuable PHI (Protected Health Information). In recent years a number of developments have made cybersecurity even more of a priority for healthcare providers.

    Regulatory Compliance
    Healthcare is one of the most highly-regulated industries in the world with mandates like HIPAA in the US enforcing strict data privacy laws to protect patient data which, if compromised, could potentially impact the patient directly. As a result implementing the right compliance strategies is critical for healthcare providers.

    Transformation and Connected Devices
    As more and more people rely on apps and connected devices to access healthcare data the threat surface for attackers is rapidly expanding. With such sensitive information at stake, healthcare providers are constantly at risk of a data breach.

    COVID-19
    Finally during the COVID-19 crisis healthcare providers in the US and internationally have come under increased attacks by bad threat actors attempting to steal intellectual property and cause disruption to the sector at the center of the crisis.

    Join Terry Ray, Senior Vice President Strategy for Finance and Healthcare and Imperva Fellow to learn more about how cyber threats to the healthcare industry are evolving and how Imperva Security solutions can protect your assets from the edge to your data to help you comply with the most stringent regulatory requirements.
  • Why NIST recognizes RASP to reduce software development risks Recorded: Jul 1 2020 60 mins
    Dr. Edward Amoroso, CEO Tag Cyber and Kunal Anand, CTO Imperva
    The NIST Cybersecurity Framework standardizes the practices and controls that mitigate constantly evolving cyberthreats and adopted by both government entities as well as global businesses is increasingly becoming the basis of other key industry security standards.

    The most recent evolution of the framework highlights the Software Development Lifecycle and identifies the need to implement automated security instrumentation as a critical approach to detect and block the impact of software vulnerabilities and increase the speed of release cycles.

    NIST 800-53 now specifically calls out Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) as a control to mitigate risk due to software security vulnerabilities, such as insecure code, software supply chain vulnerabilities, and other factors.

    The addition of this control by NIST is a recognition that automated application security instrumentation is critical to lowering the risk posed by such software vulnerabilities.
    Imperva RASP detects and blocks attacks from inside the application. Using patented LangSec techniques which treat data as code, RASP has full context of potentially malicious payloads before the application completes its processes. The result? Fast and accurate protection with NO signatures and NO learning mode.

    Join Dr. Edward Amoroso, CEO at Tag Cyber and Kunal Anand, CTO at Imperva to find out how NIST is evolving to cover the SDLC and what that means for cybersecurity. Learn also how our analyst leading RASP solution enables DevOps teams to release applications efficiently, with stronger security and lower risk.
  • Schützen Sie Ihr Unternehmen vor DDoS-Angriffen Recorded: May 27 2020 44 mins
    Walo Weber, Sales Engineering Manager
    2019 wurde der größte jemals aufgezeichnete DDoS-Angriff verzeichnet. In diesem Webinar lernen Sie die verschiedenen Arten von DDoS-Angriffen kennen, auf welche Branchen und Regionen abgezielt wird und warum Beharrlichkeit zur neuen Norm wird.

    Nehmen Sie an diesem Webinar teil um sicherzustellen, dass Sie bereit sind mit den Arten von DDoS-Angriffen umzugehen, die wir 2019 erlebt haben.
  • Cloud Database Best Practices: Secure and Audit Ready Recorded: May 20 2020 59 mins
    Terry Ray, SVP and Imperva Fellow and Noel Yuhanna, Author and VP Principal Analyst of Enterprise Architecture, Forrester
    Cloud providers streamline their database-as-a-service (DBaaS) offerings to make adoption as frictionless as possible. But for your programs operating under regulatory mandates, the challenge comes in protecting the privacy and clearing compliance audits. Unfortunately, DBaaS only takes you part of the way. The rest is on you. Join our expert database and compliance panel to learn actionable best practices to ensure DBaaS program success:

    •Analyst insight on what works and doesn't
    •Growing regulatory challenges
    •Controls you need to implement above access and encryption
    •Auditing and reporting considerations

    All attendees will receive free 30-day use of Imperva's new Cloud Data Security (CDS) monitoring SaaS application.
  • FinServ Compliance: How to be compliant and resilient in times of disruption Recorded: May 12 2020 50 mins
    Terry Ray, SVP and Imperva Fellow
    Disruption exposes vulnerabilities and increases the risk for businesses. COVID-19 is causing major disruption for organizations around the world, not least for financial institutions that are likely to have more at stake in terms of critical assets. Data Privacy compliance is still a requirement however and the recent health crisis has thrown up a number of data protection challenges for financial services organizations including;

    •Making it more difficult to protect sensitive data with employees relying on software applications for business continuity
    •Having to manage the surge in the number of threat alerts with dispersed security teams who were already overloaded
    •Mitigating the increased risk of a data breach with multiple users accessing data remotely and with reduced security measures and testing

    In this webinar Terry Ray, SVP and Imperva Fellow for Imperva will share his thoughts on how adopting a data-centric approach to security helps you ensure compliance while at the same time increasing your resilience to mitigate the risk of a breach and ensuing long term damage to the reputation of your business.
  • Bad Bots are Striking Back and Ruining the Internet Recorded: May 5 2020 55 mins
    Edward Roberts, Director, Product Marketing, Imperva and Amy DeMartine, VP, Research Director, Forrester
    One in every four web requests is a bad bot looking to hurt your business. From price scraping to credential stuffing, bots are all over your website and mobile app. In today's environment, bad bots are also trying to legitimize their behavior. Data from Imperva's annual “Bad Bot Report,” prepared by its threat researchers, will explain what bots are doing and why you should be concerned.

    Join Imperva and a leading Forrester Analyst to learn more about the bot problem and understand the latest data from the Bad Bot Report 2020.

    Key takeaways will include:
    •How Forrester sees the bot problem and the solutions available to you.
    •The current state of the bot landscape supported by data from Imperva’s annual “Bad Bot Report 2020”
    •Why bot operators are actively trying to rebrand
    •How to enhance security and protect against bad bots with an Advanced Bot Protection solution
  • Financial Services: Actionable Practices to Ramp Up Security in Disruptive Times Recorded: Apr 28 2020 36 mins
    Grainne McKeever, Sr. Security Product Marketing Manager, Imperva
    The COVID19 environment is causing business disruption on a global scale, forcing industries to quickly adapt to the changing market, which is creating a hotbed of opportunity for cybercrime. The Financial Services sector has always been a prime target for attackers, and many large banks and financial institutions are looking for ways to ramp up security to ensure their operations and critical data are protected.

    In this webinar, hear from Imperva leaders as they present the latest industry trends and offer immediate and actionable best practices you can put in place to protect your valuable data and applications in turbulent times.
  • Movement to the cloud and security attacks are on the rise Recorded: Apr 16 2020 64 mins
    Steve Piper, CEO of CyberEdge Group and Kim Lambert, Sr. Product Marketing Manager of Imperva
    Insights from the 2020 Cyberthreat Defense Report

    Enterprises today are challenged with securing data and applications as they are migrating to the cloud. At the same time, attacks are increasing, IT is understaffed and they are looking for the tools and solutions to help them enable the business. In this live webinar, CyberEdge and Imperva will discuss the challenge and solution for organizations to undergo a digital transformation securely and with confidence as they explore the many findings from the 2020 Cyberthreat Defense Report.

    Please join CEO of CyberEdge Group, Steve Piper & Sr. Product Marketing Manager of Imperva, Kim Lambert
  • Global DDoS Threat Landscape Recorded: Mar 25 2020 60 mins
    David Elmaleh, Product Manager & Johnathan Azaria, Data Scientist at Imperva
    2019 saw the biggest DDoS attack ever recorded. In this webinar you will learn about the different types of DDoS attacks, which industries and geographies are being targeted, and why persistence is becoming the new 'norm'.
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