The company is selling itself amid slowing growth.
News & Analysis: Imperva
Twilio and Imperva have been the two worst-performing tech stocks this month.
The cybersecurity company's shares are reeling after a possible sale was reportedly put on hold.
The security software company is reportedly fielding buyout interest.
There are a few reasons this out-of-favor cybersecurity stock could bounce back in the near future, but they don't necessarily make it a buy.
This activist investor believes Imperva shares are "materially undervalued."
The market doesn't seem to like the cyber-security company's guidance. Here's what investors should know.
This cybersecurity minnow could be swallowed by the bigger fish in the sea.
Despite a solid quarterly report, shares are down. Here's why.
Data security threats are boosting the security vendor's top and bottom lines.