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[January 07, 2013]

EventTracker is Named Partner in Imperva's PartnerSphere Technology Alliance

COLUMBIA, MD, Jan 07, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- EventTracker, a leading provider of comprehensive SIEM solutions, announced today that it has been named as a partner in Imperva's PartnerSphere Technology Alliance.

Imperva, the leader in data security, spearheads the PartnerSphere Technology Alliance, a technology ecosystem dedicated to providing data security and compliance. The PartnerSphere Technology Alliance offers organizations an end-to-end blueprint for data security, providing best-of-breed products that complement and extend Imperva SecureSphere Web Application, Database, and File Security Solutions.

"Our partner ecosystem is growing," said Imperva VP of Business Development, Farzad Tari. "Our PartnerSphere Technology Alliance acknowledges the IT threats facing organizations of all sizes. We continue to strengthen our portfolio of partners, choosing only leading technology providers and have created a group that together offers unparalleled data security on a host of fronts. We're very pleased to have added EventTracker to our alliance roster." EventTracker and its SIEM solution of the same name was selected as a partner as it uniquely combines real-time log management with powerful security capabilities including registry and file integrity monitoring, USB activity tracking and automatic remediation, in one turnkey software package for complete compliance, security and operational visibility.

"EventTracker's full service SIEM offering is one of the most robust IT security and compliance tools in the marketplace and we are pleased to be able to offer its benefits to clients in this collaborative way," said A.N. Ananth, CEO, EventTracker.

For more information about EventTracker and its products, visit

About EventTracker EventTracker delivers business critical solutions that transform high-volume cryptic log data into actionable, prioritized intelligence that will fundamentally change your perception of the utility, value and organizational potential inherent in log files. EventTracker's leading solutions offer Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), real-time Log Management, and powerful Change and Configuration Management to optimize IT operations, detect and deter costly security breaches, and comply with multiple regulatory mandates.

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About Imperva Imperva is a pioneer and leader of a new category of business security solutions for critical applications and high-value data in the data center. Imperva's award-winning solutions protect against data theft, insider abuse, and fraud while streamlining regulatory compliance by monitoring and controlling data usage and business transactions across the data center, from storage in a database or on a file server to consumption through applications. With over 2,000 end-user customers in more than 60 countries and thousands of organizations protected through cloud-based deployments, securing your business with Imperva puts you in the company of the world's leading organizations. For more information, visit, follow us on Twitter or visit our blog.

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