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Imperva Mobile Security App

In this session, the Imperva Community welcomes Imperva Product Manager , Itai Gal to talk our users through the Imperva Mobile Security App . If you are a security professional responsible for protecting your companies data but you often find yourself away from your desk, this is the...

 02-03-2021 | 16:00 - 16:45 GMT


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Imperva Product Design – Building a Universe - Webinar

pic found here: https://unsplash.com/photos/oMpAz-DN-9I Join the next Imperva Community Webinar as @Kunal Anand, Chief Technology Officer and @Lior Atzmon, Head of Product Design take us through a brand new experience that pulls together security, performance, reliability, and other...



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Application Security - Ask Me Anything - Imperva Community Live Webinar

Application Security - Ask Me Anything - Imperva Community Live During this AMA the team will be sharing their unique insights on working behind the scenes at Imperva, including discussing how Imperva finds and manages new threats, sharing some of their best practices and tips to...


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How to Monitor Access to Sensitive Data Through Applications and APIs - Community Webinar

image found here: https://unsplash.com/photos/JKUTrJ4vK00 In the midst of the largest innovation and modernization efforts in recent history, organizations who both store and process sensitive data are faced the challenge of auditing and monitoring “who” is accessing that data, along...



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Enforcing API Schema Specifications in Imperva

Space pic... APIs are designed to expose certain functionality to be used by automated programs. An API’s schema serves as a “contract” for how an API’s clients should interact with an API making it a valuable tool to an organization’s customers. Unfortunately, this usefulness also makes...


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Securing API's Part 2 Mitigating Input Validation Vulnerabilities Community Webinar

API Security APIs play a critical role in empowering the digital economy…but since apps are being churned out faster than security teams can secure them, businesses are exposed on a massive -- and growing -- attack field. In the second part of our series on Securing API's, we're...


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Creating Custom Error Responses for APIs

By default, Imperva will send an error response if a request is blocked because it violates an API’s schema However, the default response generated by Imperva may not be appropriate for a couple of different reasons: By default, Imperva expects clients to be communicating using...