IMPV - Imperva, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
50.75
-0.95 (-1.84%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

50.75 0.00 (0.00%)
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Previous close51.70
Open51.80
Bid42.00 x 800
Ask50.85 x 1000
Day's range50.60 - 51.95
52-week range37.17 - 53.95
Volume103,452
Avg. volume320,984
Market cap1.761B
Beta1.41
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.29
Earnings date25 Jul 2018 - 30 Jul 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est54.38
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  • Business Wire23 days ago

    Imperva Unveils Attack Analytics to Speed Identification of the Most Critical Attacks

    Imperva, Inc. , a leading global provider of best-in-class cybersecurity solutions on-premises, in the cloud and across hybrid environments, today announced Imperva Attack Analytics.

  • Business Wire29 days ago

    Survey Reveals More Than 1 in 3 Healthcare Organizations Have Suffered a Cyberattack While 1 in 10 Have Paid a Ransom

    Imperva, Inc. (IMPV), a leading global provider of best-in-class cybersecurity solutions on-premises, in the cloud and across hybrid environments, today announced the results of a survey showing more than one in three healthcare organizations have suffered a cyberattack within the last year, while almost one in 10 have paid a ransom or extortion fee. Healthcare data is extremely valuable on the dark web as it contains highly sensitive data, both financial and protected health information. As a result, healthcare organizations are increasingly attractive to attackers.

  • Business Wirelast month

    Imperva to Present at Upcoming Conferences

    Imperva, Inc. , a leading global provider of best-in-class cybersecurity solutions on premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced scheduled

  • Associated Press2 months ago

    Imperva: 1Q Earnings Snapshot

    The Redwood Shores, California-based company said it had a loss of 28 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for stock option expense and restructuring costs, came to 26 cents per share. The results topped ...

  • Business Wire2 months ago

    Imperva Announces First Quarter 2018 Financial Results

    Imperva, Inc. , a leading global provider of best-in-class cybersecurity solutions on premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, announced today financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2018.

  • Business Wire2 months ago

    Imperva Appoints David Woodcock to Lead Worldwide Sales

    Imperva, Inc. , a cybersecurity leader that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced the appointment and promotion of David Woodcock to Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales, effective immediately.

  • Business Wire2 months ago

    Imperva to Report First Quarter 2018 Financial Results

    Imperva, Inc. , a cybersecurity leader that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced that it will report financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2018, after the close of the market on April 26, 2018.

  • 4 Cyber-Security Stocks in Focus Post Expedia-Orbitz Hack
    Zacks3 months ago

    4 Cyber-Security Stocks in Focus Post Expedia-Orbitz Hack

    The latest cyber breach faced by Expedia (EXPE), has opened huge opportunities for the cybersecurity stocks with the growing demand for security products and solutions across the world.

  • Cryptomining Malware Fuels Most Remote Code Execution Attacks: Study
    Bitcoin Magazine4 months ago

    Cryptomining Malware Fuels Most Remote Code Execution Attacks: Study

    Malware attacks continue to garner a great deal of attention in the tech world. Short for “malicious software,” its intent is to damage or disable computers and computer systems.Now researchers from the cyber security firm Imperva say they have found the source of 90 percent of remote code execution attacks in December 2017: cryptomining malware. In a blog post dated February 20, 2018, Imperva assesses the recent spike in cryptomining malware attacks. They specifically examine the amount of money the brazen attackers are walking away with, while providing risk management advice to organizations seeking to steer clear of them. Below are some of the key findings:  Cryptomining malware results in denial of service to the infected server. When most of the server’s computational power is directed to cryptomining, the server can be rendered unavailable.Removing the malware is not simple due to its persistence nature, one where it adds a scheduled task to download and runs it again after a certain period of time.While bitcoin is arguably the most popular cryptocurrency that exists, there is no evidence that a single attack has occurred through the use of Bitcoin mining malware.Other cryptocurrencies, like Monero, are more at risk because they are newer and can be mined using a regular CPU. Therefore, it has become the hackers’ preferred choice for executing a server infection.In the downloaded configuration files that Imperva identified, there were active Monero wallets that belonged to the attackers. By tracing the wallets and the mining pools, Imperva was able to view the amount of money made using cryptomining — an estimated 41 monero or around $10,000. Imperva could also see that the attacker was earning around 1.5 monero a day which translates to around $375 a day.Electroneum, a relatively new U.K.-based cryptocurrency published specifically for mobile users in September 2017, has also been subject to attacks. Imperva’s review yielded the following results: The attacker had more than 220,000 Electroneum valued (in current Electroneum to USD rates) at around $15,500.Another cryptocurrency impacted was Ukraine-based Karbowanec or Karbo for short. A Karbo wallet found in Imperva’s data had been siphoned for around 275 Karbo, which at the time it was taken was worth $379.Varun Badhwar, a security expert and CEO and co-founder of cloud threat defense company RedLock, noted in an emailed statement to Bitcoin Magazine that the skyrocketing value of cryptocurrencies has captured the attention of audiences around the world, including hackers. He believes that it is becoming far more lucrative for hackers to steal computing power for mining cryptocurrencies than to steal data. Badhwar also notes that we are seeing cryptojacking attacks on organizations to leverage the computational power within their networks. This is a much stealthier tactic since the activity often goes unnoticed at large organizations where there is remnant or underutilized computing resources. He cites a number of cryptomining incidents that the RedLock research team has already uncovered within AWS and Azure environments belonging to large multinational organizations such as Gemalto and Aviva. He sees all of this is just the tip of the iceberg and believes that this type of cybercrime will increase in scale and velocity in the near future.“The primary attack vector for these attacks is compromised credentials which are used to infiltrate environments, spin up compute instances and perform mining operations. As a result, organizations should institute stringent user access policies and vigilantly monitor user activities for anomalous behavior,” says Badhwar.Nick Bilogorskiy, Cybersecurity Strategist at Juniper Networks, added in an email response to Bitcoin Magazine : “The story with cryptomining malware and cryptojacking is really about Monero and Electroneum. Bitcoin mining difficulty is already too high and it cannot be mined effectively on CPUs, only on special purpose hardware.” Bilogorskiy says that the price of these cryptos has more than doubled in the last three months, which makes mining it even more profitable. It also helps, he says, that Monero, like Dash and ZCash, are private coins, making them practically untraceable and "safe" for criminals to use. Laments Bilogorskiy: “Cryptomining malware allows attackers to monetize the power of computers that they have compromised. Cryptojacking allows them to reach an even larger scale by taking over the browsers of website visitors.” He concludes: “Increasingly, the energy and the CPU processing power is becoming the new currency of the dark side of the internet. These new crypto attacks are like leeches, sucking the power out of our homes and businesses, crashing computers and melting our phone batteries.” This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

  • Business Wire4 months ago

    Imperva Announces Transition of Its Chairman of the Board

    Imperva, Inc. , a cybersecurity leader that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, announced the appointment of Allan Tessler as its new Chairman of the Board, as Anthony Bettencourt steps down from the board.

  • Business Wire4 months ago

    Imperva to Present at Upcoming Investor Conferences

    Imperva, Inc. , a cybersecurity leader that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environment

  • Qualys (QLYS) and Imperva (IMPV) Are Aggressive Growth Rank Buys
    Zacks4 months ago

    Qualys (QLYS) and Imperva (IMPV) Are Aggressive Growth Rank Buys

    A look at two cyber security stocks for your aggressive growth stock radar.

  • Business Wire4 months ago

    Imperva Announces Departure of its Chief Revenue Officer

    Imperva, Inc. , a cybersecurity leader that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced that its Chief Revenue Officer, Mike Mooney, has decided to resign in order to pursue other interests.

  • Business Wire4 months ago

    Imperva Protects NetRefer Website and Customers From Cyberattacks

    Imperva, Inc.  , a cybersecurity leader that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced that NetRefer, a leading provider of performance marketing software, is using the Imperva Incapsula service to protect its website from cyberattacks.

  • Associated Press4 months ago

    Imperva beats 4Q profit forecasts

    The Redwood Shores, California-based company said it had profit of 11 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for stock option expense and amortization costs, came to 40 cents per share. The results exceeded ...

  • Business Wire4 months ago

    Imperva Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2017 Financial Results

    Imperva, Inc. , a cybersecurity leader that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2017.

  • Business Wire5 months ago

    Survey Reveals Biggest API Security Concern is DDoS Threats and Bot Attacks

    Imperva, Inc. , a cybersecurity leader that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced the results of a survey of 250 IT professionals on the state of application programming interface security.

  • How to Invest in Israel's Top Cybersecurity Stocks
    Motley Fool5 months ago

    How to Invest in Israel's Top Cybersecurity Stocks

    Investors shouldn’t overlook the world’s second-largest cybersecurity market.

  • Business Wire5 months ago

    Imperva Announces Organizational Changes to Sharpen Focus on Customers and Product Innovation, and Drive Operational Efficiencies

    Imperva, Inc.Imperva, Inc. , a cybersecurity leader that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced organizational changes focused on improving customer experiences, fueling product innovation, and increasing operational effectiveness.

  • Business Wire5 months ago

    Imperva Appoints David Gee as Chief Marketing Officer

    Imperva, Inc. , a leading cybersecurity company that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications – wherever they reside – on premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced the appointment of David Gee as the company’s chief marketing officer , effective January 22, 2018.

  • Business Wire5 months ago

    Imperva to Report Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2017 Financial Results

    Imperva, Inc. , a leading cybersecurity company that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications – wherever they reside – on-premises, in the cloud, and across hybrid environments, today announced that it will report financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2017 after the close of the market on February 8, 2018.

  • Business Wire6 months ago

    Imperva Appoints Mike Burns as CFO

    Imperva, Inc. , a leading cybersecurity company that delivers best-in-class solutions to protect data and applications – wherever they reside - in the cloud, on-premises, and in hybrid environments, today announced the appointment of Mike Burns as the company’s chief financial officer, effective immediately.

  • Business Wire6 months ago

    Imperva Named a Leader in DDoS Mitigation Solutions

    Imperva, Inc. , committed to protecting business-critical data and applications in the cloud and on-premises, today announced it has been named a leader by Forrester Research Inc.

  • Associated Press7 months ago

    Imperva reports 3Q loss

    On a per-share basis, the Redwood Shores, California-based company said it had a loss of 1 cent. Earnings, adjusted for stock option expense and amortization costs, came to 33 cents per share. The results ...

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