JScrambler, PCI Security Standards Council to Help Secure Payment Data Globally

Jscrambler, the security solution for JavaScript protection and webpage real-time monitoring, announced that it has joined the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) as a new Principal Participating Organization.

Jscrambler will help drive the future of global payment security “with a strategic level of leadership, participation, and influence with the Council.”

PCI SSC claims that it leads the global effort “to increase payment security by providing flexible, industry-driven, and effective data security standards and programs. Global industry collaboration is critical to this mission.”

The Council’s Participating Organizations program “brings together industry leaders to strategize about how to protect payment data from the latest threats and to anticipate the needs of an ever-changing payment ecosystem.”

As a Principal Participating Organization, Jscrambler will “provide strategic direction to help shape the future of the Council. Jscrambler will impact the direction of PCI SSC standards, drive technical discussions, and have input into Council initiatives.”

Lance Johnson, Executive Director of the PCI Security Standards Council, said:

“Every day, companies and organizations across the globe face an ever-changing payment landscape with new and evolved threats attacking their systems, and data. By joining as a Principal Participating Organization, Jscrambler will have a significant impact on how PCI SSC helps them address these challenges especially the direction and development of PCI Security Standards and resources that help organizations prevent, detect, and mitigate attacks on global payment data.”

Rui Ribeiro, CEO and Cofounder, Jscrambler, said:

“We are delighted to partner with an organization that is focused on the global struggle for secure payments. As the industry prepares for two new requirements under PCI DSS v4, we know that more attention than ever will be placed on securing third-party JavaScript on payment pages. We’re excited to work with the community to protect end-users from the risk of web skimming and other cyber-attacks that stem from a lack of payment security.”

As noted in the update, the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) leads “a global, cross-industry effort to increase payment security by providing industry-driven, flexible and effective data security standards and programs that help businesses detect, mitigate and prevent cyberattacks and breaches.”

Jscrambler claims it is “a leading authority in client-side security software. Its solution defends enterprises from revenue and reputational harm caused by accidental or intentional JavaScript misbehavior.”

Jscrambler makes first-party code “that is resilient to tampering and prevents interference with third-party code.”

The solution “works continuously, keeping organizations protected regardless of how frequently things change.”

From code to runtime, Jscrambler “has companies covered with a level of visibility and control that supports business innovation.”

Jscrambler’s customers “include the FORTUNE 500, retailers, airlines, banks and other enterprises whose success depends on safely engaging with their customers online.”

Jscrambler keeps these interactions secure “so they can continue to innovate without fear of damaging their revenue source, reputation, or regulatory compliance.”

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