Secure Cloud Computing - Data Security for Enterprise Private Clouds
Protect Your Cloud Deployments With Imperva's World Class Data Security Solutions
Many organizations are pursuing the creation of Enterprise Private Clouds – an adaptable and secure data center platform that is built on virtualization and on-demand resource-allocation to meet changing business requirements.
Imperva SecureSphere enables organizations to deliver best-in-class data security for their Private Clouds. SecureSphere provide a scalable and flexible Database, File and Web Security solution that protects Private Clouds from external and internal threats and enable a cost effective route to regulatory compliance.
Web Attack Protection for Enterprise Private Clouds
Enterprise Private Clouds extend the traditional data center. As such, they must address the security of publicly facing web applications. SecureSphere Web Application Firewall (WAF) provides the industry-leading protection against Internet attacks targeting web applications and enables rapid mitigation of Cloud application vulnerabilities.
For SMBs, Imperva offers Incapsula through its Cloud partners. Incapsula is a Cloud WAF service based on SecureSphere technology. Incapsula provides core security and web acceleration without the need to deploy and manage a standalone hardware or software solution.
Regulatory Compliance for Cloud-Based Data
Enterprise Private Clouds host sensitive data that is often subject to various industry and government regulations. By deploying SecureSphere Database Activity Monitoring (DAM) and File Activity Monitoring (FAM) organizations can address data usage auditing and privileged user monitoring required by regulations such as PCI DSS, SOX, HIPAA and others. SecureSphere can further extend monitoring and enforcement to sensitive data hosted with Software as a Service (SaaS) providers to enable visibility and control of the SaaS provider IT staff.
Physical or Virtual Data Security Solution for Maximum Uptime and Elasticity
SecureSphere can be deployed as a physical or virtual appliance. Physical appliances are ideal for organizations establishing a standalone Private Cloud and are looking to optimize performance and scalability. Virtual appliances provide cost-effective solution for Virtual Private Cloud typically hosted within a IaaS provider Cloud data center.