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Imperva, originally named WEBcohort, was founded in 2002 by Shlomo Kramer, Amichai Shulman and Mickey Boodaei. The following year the company sent its first product, SecureSphere Web Application Database Protection, a web firewall application. In 2004, the company changed its name to Imperva. IMPERVA Provides: Firewall Database (DBF), Database Monitoring (DAM), Activity File Monitoring (FAM), Web Firewall (WAF) Applications, Incapsula (DDOS Protection (WAF).

Company products are used to block certain websites, or only part of a website, check network traffic, filter email. and controls where sensitive files can be accessed. Forcepoint products can also be used to prevent employees from accessing websites that are deemed inappropriate to watch at work by their employers. For example, employers can prevent employees from viewing pornographic content at work, or material about sex education, religion, dating, or politics. Forcepoint also develops and markets firewall products which are based in part on technologies obtained from previous Stonesoft McAfee businesses and Sidewinder Intel Security products. The company is developing and marketing cloud security access brokerage products (CASB) using technology obtained from what was previously Skyfence Imperva products. It also sells analytics software to detect insider data leaks and some cross domain security products.

Arista Networks (formerly Arastra) is a computer network company headquartered in Santa Clara, California, USA. The company designs and sells multilayer network switches to provide software-defined network solutions (SDN) for large data centers, cloud computing, high-performance computing, and high-frequency trading environments. Arista products include 10/25/40/50/100 Gigabit Ethernet low latency switch arrays, including 7124SX, which remains the fastest switch to use SFP + optics until September 2012, with sub-500ns latency, and 7500 series, 10G modular switches/Arista 40G/100Gbit/s award-winning. The Arista Linux-based network operating system itself, EOS (Extensible Operating System), runs on all Arista products.

The XGen™ security solution from Trend Micro TippingPoint provides the best intrusion prevention to protect against various threats with optimal connection speeds throughout your network to protect your important data and reputation.

AlgoSec Security Management Solution (ASMS) is able to provide visibility and control to the network environment through intelligent automation of security policy management. AlgoSec Security Management Solution (ASMS) consists of 3 modules that are mutually integrated, namely; AlgoSec Firewall Analyzer (AFA), Algosec FireFlow (AFF), and AlgoSec BusinessFlow (ABF).

Palo Alto Networks, Inc. an American multi-national cyber security company with head-quarters in Santa Clara, California. The core product is a platform that includes advanced firewalls and cloud-based offerings that expand the firewall to cover other security aspects. The company serves more than 60,000 organizations in more than 150 countries, including 85 of the Fortune 100. It is home to Unit 42's threat research team and hosts the Ignite cybersecurity confer-ence. The company's mission statement is "to protect our way of life in the digital age by preventing successful cyber attacks".

Fortinet's mainstay is FortiGate®. A security platform that offers a strong blend of ASIC-accelerated protection, response to integrated multi-threats, and continuous updates and deep threat intelligence. By using innovative technologies for network analysis, security and content, the Fortinet system integrates the widest features in security technology, including prevention of firewalls, VPN, antivirus, intrusion (IPS), application control, web filtering, antispam, wireless controllers, and WAN accelerators, which all can be used individually to complement existing solutions or be combined for comprehensive threat management solutions. The company can also complete solutions with array management, analysis, e-mail, database and end-point security.

LogRhythm's single focus is to provide security intelligence solutions to our customers, increase their visibility into the IT environment, provide compliance assistance, reduce average time to detect and respond to threats, and provide rapid-time-to-value for security intelligence investments. For seven consecutive years, the LogRhythm is positioned on the Leaders Quadrant. In the 2018 Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Gartner evaluated the LogRhythm and 16 other vendors for complete vision and ability to execute.

Radware application solutions address the challenges of optimizing application delivery over IP networks to ensure continuous availability, fast response time and complete security. Radware's VADI transforms ADC services, computing resources, and virtualization services into an integrated application launch virtualization inf rastructure. It expands our ADC solutions for virtual data centers and cloud environments to provide greater business agility, higher application resilience, operational simplicity and significant cost reduction.

Aruba Networks, Inc. began entering the Indonesian market by introducing the AP-105, a compact 802.11n access point device. With headquarters in Sunnyvale, California USA, Aruba is the second largest supplier of Enterprise scale wireless LAN products.

VMware enables organizations to utilize new technology quickly, without interrupting operations. VMware simplifies the journey for customers to become digital businesses that provide a better experience for their customers that will drive growth. The software from VMware also always helps business users in a simple and safe way to access the applications and data they need, from anywhere, to do their best work. Organizations can accept innovation on the scale of competitive advantage.