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August 4, 2010

Imperva grows 55% in Q2

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by Janet Harris

Imperva announced today that it achieved 55 percent growth in Q2 2010 over Q2 2009.

The company’s success is driven by significant success in global growth.

“Imperva’s performance in Q2 was impressive. Businesses today recognize that data security is a strategic imperative and that early detection and response to cyber attacks is a critical part of securing your organization,” said Imperva co-founder and CEO Shlomo Kramer.

The key highlights from Q2 2010 include:

· Dramatic growth of ThreatRadar which was introduced in early 2010. Sales of ThreatRadar grew 109% from Q1 to Q2.

· The appointment of Rocky Pimentel to the Board of Directors. Formerly McAfee’s CFO, Mr. Pimentel’s will chair Imperva’s Audit Committee.

· The release of the SecureSphere Virtual Appliances to accommodate the unique data security needs of dynamic and virtualized enterprise environments.

· “The State of Application Security” - a ground-breaking study with White Hat Security and conducted by the Ponemon Institute. This study assessed the data security risk of insecure websites.

The survey found that most businesses, despite having numerous mission-critical applications accessible via their websites, fail to allocate sufficient financial and technical resources to secure and protect Web applications, leaving corporate data vulnerable to theft.

“Our vision of data security is again validated by the market’s uptake of the SecureSphere Data Security Suite, and we will continue to deliver innovative solutions and cutting edge research to meet the data security needs of our enterprise customers,” continued Kramer.

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