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Symantec | February 09, 2017
Imperva's (IMPV) fourth-quarter earnings and revenue beat late Wednesday sent its stock up along with shares of other computer software security firms such as Palo Alto Networks (PANW) and Fortinet (FTNT). Imperva, which has been cutting costs, reported Q4 earnings per share minus items of 32 cents, up 60% from the year-earlier period and blowing past Wall Street estimates of just a 2-cent profit. Revenue rose 8% to $78.4 million vs. consensus estimates of $70.2 million....
eWeek | February 22, 2019
Imperva is adding new capabilities to its Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) technology platform that enables organizations to better protect their workloads. The ability to automatically protect code at runtime from threats is the domain of RASP technology. Imperva entered the RASP business via the acquisition of RASP vendor Prevoty in July 2018 and is now expanding the offering with new capabilities and integration into the company's broader portfolio. The new release is Autonomous...
Imperva | May 25, 2021
Imperva, Inc., the cybersecurity leader whose mission is to protect data and all paths to it, launches Imperva Serverless Protection, a new product built to secure organizations from vulnerabilities created by misconfigured apps and code-level security risks in serverless computing environments. Designed with the developer and security team in mind, the new product is easily deployed as an AWS Lambda layer, protecting functions without changing code.
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ZDnet | January 14, 2020
A group of tech companies and organisations have come forth with support for Google in its legal stoush against Oracle, a case that could determine the outlook of software development's future. The Google-Oracle legal battle dates back over a decade, with the core issue being whether copyright laws bar the commonplace practice of software reimplementation -- the "process of writing new software to perform certain functions of a legacy product".
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