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D-FENSE! Using Research To Craft Effective Cyber Defenses

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Two experts from Imperva -- Itsik Mantin and Nadav Avital -- discuss the Imperva Defense Center, a research team that analyzes cyberthreats from Web apps, databases, networks, insiders, and the cloud. Imperva has discovered new threats and how new systems can be broken. Learn how the Imperva Defense Center has created an initial mapping of security postures of popular servers. How does your equipment stack up?

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tdsan
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tdsan,
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8/30/2019 | 9:11:37 AM
Re: Cyber Defenses
Wow, it interesting to see the positive things Imperva is doing, but just recently, their WAF firewall version was hacked from the outside to where 30+customers have been affected.

Cloud security specialist Imperva says its Cloud Web Application Firewall (WAF) product has been hacked, with a "subset" of customers' API keys and SSL certificates stolen in the attack which was discovered on August 20.

It seems the same things that they have done to other vendors is coming back to haunt them, hopefully, they will take their own advice and resolve some of own issues.

Article - https://www.cbronline.com/news/imperva-hacked

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8/30/2019 | 8:20:53 AM
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8/30/2019 | 3:43:34 AM
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1/15/2019 | 5:14:37 AM
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10/9/2018 | 4:15:20 PM
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8/20/2018 | 7:26:48 AM
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10/12/2016 | 7:35:22 AM
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9/23/2016 | 11:43:41 AM
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