Meet us at OWASP AppSec EU 2017!

May 10th, 2017 | By Jscrambler | 2 min read

Jscrambler is sponsoring and exhibiting at the OWASP AppSec Europe Conference 2017.

The conference will be held between the 8th and 12th of May at the Waterfront Conference Center in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

OWASP AppSec Europe Conference 2017: Why should you meet us?

That's what you are probably asking yourself. We surely don't want you to waste your precious time in Belfast, so let's be crystal clear:

1. These DEMOs Are About To Get Real

We will be showcasing our solution to everyone interested in client-side application security. Discussing topics including client-side RASP (Runtime Application Self-Protection), JavaScript Application Security and Source Code Protection, MITB, and DOM-tampering attacks don't frighten us.

You are welcome to bring us your questions, hopes, and dreams.

2. You Can Now Extend The Protection To The Webpage

Are you eager to know more about the new capabilities Jscrambler has to offer and how to protect your website against Tampering, Malicious Script Injection, and Data Exfiltration? This is the place to be!

3. Exclusive Access to Prizes

Don't forget to pass by our booth and scan your badge for a chance to win a drone.

4. Our JavaScript Security Experts Are Ready

The Jscrambler team is looking forward to seeing you in Belfast so come say hello if you are around! Also, feel free to extend this invitation to anyone you'd like.

See you there?


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