Listed among Sample Vendors in the Web App Client-Side Protection category
Jscrambler, a leader in client-side web security, announced its inclusion in the Gartner Hype Cycle for Application Security, 2022. The report recognizes Jscrambler as a Sample Vendor in the Web App Client-Side Protection category. The Hype Cycle assists cybersecurity and IT decision-makers by examining how a technology or application will evolve over time, providing a strong source of insight to manage its deployment within an organization’s specific business goals.
According to Gartner, Web app client-side protection is defined as a tool that “defends against application-level attacks that initiate on the client side of a web application, rather than on the server side.” When reflecting on the business impact, Gartner says “companies in financial services, ticketing, and online retail have turned to client-side security to protect their applications from fraudulent scripts that steal their customers’ payment information.
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Through its agentless and cross-platform solution, Jscrambler’s client-side security also monitors and defends against:
- MitB Trojans, bots, zero-day threats & APT (Advanced Persistent Threats)
- Customer Journey Hijacking
- Data-Loss Prevention (Credentials, Private Data, Credit Card Information)
“We’re pleased to be identified as a Sample Vendor in this Gartner Hype Cycle during what we consider a critical moment for web app client-side protection,” said Rui Ribeiro, Jscrambler’s CEO. “Client-side threats are pervasive, and they are increasing in frequency as businesses become more reliant on e-commerce and other online services in their day-to-day operations. We believe Gartner’s recognition in the Hype Cycle reaffirms our mission to deliver holistic, real-time, client-side application security to enterprises.”
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