Impeva Labs at Maritime Security Expo

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Impeva Labs, Inc., the leading supplier of global asset visibility services (tracking, tracing, monitoring and security), announced that Eric Topp, director of sales and business development, will join a panel at the 2008 Maritime Security Expo (MSE) to discuss "Maritime Security 2025 - Balancing Supply Chain Security and the Flow of Commerce."

The panel, to include senior representatives of IBM, Northrop Grumman, Zhi Verden and Deutsche Bank, will discuss business processes and technologies that can enhance supply chain security and increase the flow of goods and information.

The MSE event will be November 17th through 19th at the Long Beach (CA) Convention Center, and the panel will be on Wednesday, November 19th at 8:40 a.m. in Room A. The MSE web site is at www.maritimesecurityexpo.com.

Impeva Labs is a supplier of global asset management optimization solutions (tracking, tracing, monitoring and security). Impeva Labs is a privately held company based in Mountain View, California with offices in Florida, Brazil and Armenia.

(www.impeva.com)

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