Imperva Channel Chief Ted Plumis security attacks are becoming more sophisticated by a new set of players

Imperva Channel Chief Ted Plumis security attacks are becoming more sophisticated by a new set of players.

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MSPmentor Senior Editor CJ Arlotta spoke with Imperva Channel Chief Ted Plumis about the Redwood City, California-based data center security solutions provider's focus on closing the gap in today's enterprise solutions.

MSPmentor Senior Editor CJ Arlotta spoke with Imperva Channel Chief Ted Plumis about the Redwood City, California-based data center security solutions provider's focus on closing the gap in today's enterprise solutions.

"The threats are no longer from amateurs and a few bad actors, but from governments, criminals and hacktivists," Plumis says. To combat these attacks, Imperva offers a new layer of protection to keep high value assests "safe and secure, yet accessible."

To keep customers ahead of the game, Imperva focuses on three key areas of security: web application security, data security and cloud security.

"We're offering solutions that all customers are dealing with today," he says.

From an engagement standpoint, Imperva offers channel partners dedicated channel managers and account managers, programs and training resources. Check out the full video here.

Follow CJ Arlotta on Twitter @cjarlotta and Google+ for further updates on the story above -- or if you just want to say hello.

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