Imperva is the global leader in data security. Thousands of the world’s leading businesses, government organizations, and service providers rely on Imperva solutions to prevent data breaches, meet compliance mandates, and manage
data risk.

Underscoring Imperva’s commitment to data security excellence, the Imperva Application Defense Center (ADC) is a world-class security research organization that maintains SecureSphere’s cutting edge protection against evolving threats.

The Problem We Solve
Data drives business, making it the ultimate prize for hackers and malicious insiders as well as the subject of intense regulatory scrutiny. Organizations are challenged with securing their data and maintaining regulatory compliance, while controlling cost, complexity, and risk.

How We Solve It
Imperva SecureSphere is the market leading data security and compliance solution, protecting sensitive data from hackers and malicious insiders.


Date Type Amount Investors Valuation
04/07/08 Series D 20M Accel Partners, Greylock Partners, Meritech Capital Partners, U.S. Venture Partners, Venrock Associates Unknown


Robin Matlock (EVP & GM)

Udi Itzhayek (VP Human Resources)

Gur Shatz (VP Engineering)

Jim Drill (VP Sales)

Mickey Boodaei (Board Member)

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