Best practices to protect your applications and data from security breaches
Traditional security measures meant to safeguard your data by stopping web attacks and data breaches have proven ineffective. Just think about the news stories over the past year - Sony, OPM, Ashley Madison - the list goes on and on.
So in this world of constant threats, how can your organization safeguard against web application attacks?
As the sensitive data in your repository grows, is your organization's current data protection sufficient and compliant?
Network and endpoint security is no longer sufficient to stop sophisticated attacks and compromised insiders from accessing business critical assets. The increasing number of high-profile breaches is a testament to the fact that traditional security defenses are not working.
Securing web applications and sensitive data, whether it is in the cloud or on-premises is what really matters. Imperva enterprise security solutions do precisely that, in order to protect your corporate reputation, prevent security breaches, and reduce down time.
In this session we will review:
The ineffectiveness of traditional security measures to stop web attacks and data breaches
Best practices to safeguard against web application attacks
Strategies for a scalable proactive data protection and simplified compliance
Director of Product Marketing for Web Application Security Products, Imperva
Makaram, Director of Product Marketing for Web Application Security products at Imperva, has over 20 years of experience in enterprise security solutions in the areas of application/network security, SIEM, vulnerability and threat management. Previously he has held product marketing, product management, and strategic alliances roles at Tenable, FireEye, ArcSight, and Hewlett-Packard. Makaram has spoken at various security conferences over the years and has a CISSP certification.
Director of Product Marketing for Data Security Products, Imperva
O'Neill is the Product Marketing Director for Imperva, Inc., the leading provider of data security solutions. She is a 15-year information security and compliance technologist, working with the largest financial services, life science and Fortune 500 companies to safely secure their most sensitive and regulated data. In her current role, O'Neill manages the Imperva SecureSphere data security solutions.