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Imperva Unveils New Cloud Architecture to Maximize Protection of Data and Applications

28/05/2015 by Sharon Shahzad

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Today Imperva, Inc, committed to protecting business-critical data and applications on-premises and in the cloud, announced the release of a new, integrated architecture for managing access to cloud data and applications that delivers high levels of security, performance and availability. The unified architecture, consisting of the Imperva Incapsula Network and Imperva Skyfence Cloud Gateway, a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), offers customers a single framework for safe and productive use of cloud applications.

According to a new Gartner report, CASB proxies can "introduce the potential for a single point of failure and impact on application latency." The report adds that "CASBs are on-premises, or cloud-based, security policy enforcement points placed between cloud service consumers and cloud service providers to combine and interject enterprise security policies as the cloud-based resources are accessed."

"Our vision is to help organizations protect their data and applications wherever they live," said Mark Kraynak, Chief Product Officer, Imperva. "As our customers move their business productivity apps to the cloud, Imperva offers an integrated platform that sets a high bar for a secure CASB while also increasing the speed of web applications to improve the user experience."

Only Skyfence gives organizations all the power of a proxy – to inspect and manage user traffic to cloud apps – with the security and performance of a world class web application security and DDoS mitigation service to protect the CASB proxy infrastructure against application and DDoS attacks and promote the acceleration and availability to employees of SaaS apps. Skyfence customers can now benefit from enhanced:

This article has been extracted from http://globenewswire.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://globenewswire.com/news-release/2015/05/28/739938/10136280/en/Imperva-Unveils-New-Cloud-Architecture-to-Maximize-Protection-of-Data-and-Applications.html

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