Jscrambler Joins FS-ISAC in New Partnership
January 23rd, 2024 | By Jscrambler | 4 min read
Jscrambler has joined FS-ISAC as an affiliate member. This decision signals its commitment to safeguarding financial services organizations from digital skimming, IP theft, and payment risks. This partnership will address the pressing need for advanced client-side protection and compliance within the global financial sector.
It’s not uncommon for financial organizations to have public-facing websites with over 50 third-party tags from Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Adobe with 10,000+ data access attempts unknown to application, information security, and compliance teams.
As a new FS-ISAC partner, Jscrambler is offering all members a free trial of its industry-leading client-side protection and compliance Platform to assess five essential requirements:
Comprehensive coverage of first-party code obfuscation and third-party vendor tag data control.
Enforcement of a company-wide client-side protection policy.
Looking Ahead with FS-ISAC
FS-ISAC is a non-profit, member-driven organization dedicated to enhancing cybersecurity and resilience in the worldwide financial system. Their mission is to safeguard financial institutions and the individuals served by them.
Their headquarters is based in the US, with offices in the UK and Singapore, with membership spanning approximately 70 countries.
Jscrambler: a member of the FS-ISAC affiliate program
Jscrambler is excited to actively participate in FS-ISAC working groups dedicated to addressing cybersecurity challenges in the financial industry.
As part of our commitment to ongoing collaboration and knowledge sharing, we are excited to engage with industry experts and stakeholders at the upcoming FS-ISAC’s 2024 Americas Spring Summit in San Diego, California, USA (March 3-6).
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