March 11, 2015 | The Israeli cyber security company Imperva has filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission to raise up to $140 million in a secondary offering. Imperva will reportedly issue 3 million shares to be sold in the secondary offering. The company’s IPO was issued in November 2011 at $18 per share. Imperva is a provider of cyber security solutions for businesses’ critical data applications. Imperva was founded in 2002 by Mickey Boodaei and Shlomo Kramer.