This growth has been accompanied by an increase in online fraud, as attackers seek to leverage this uptick in volume. While online fraud is increasing across the board, it’s worth paying special attention to web supply chain attacks like Magecart.
These web credit card skimming attacks have breached thousands of companies, including major retailers. The resulting business losses have a key impact on the business, namely in the form of fines that can top $230 million.
Gartner, the world's leading research and advisory company, has recognized Code Integrity and Webpage Integrity, two cutting-edge technologies from Jscrambler, in its Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection for the second consecutive year. This market guide covers the leading solutions to tackle online fraud and helps businesses select vendors based on desired business outcomes.
“We are very pleased to once again be recognized as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection. We have grown our own commitment to battling online fraud and help businesses successfully stay several steps ahead of attackers.” said Rui Ribeiro, co-founder and CEO of Jscrambler. “To receive this recognition from Gartner for the second year in a row is a proud moment for our company.”
Jscrambler Webpage Integrity presents a holistic solution to detect and block, in real-time, malicious behavior on the client-side of web applications. It allows businesses to stop more advanced client-side threats such as Magecart and data exfiltration.
The full press release can be found here.
Jscrambler is trusted by the Fortune 500 and major companies in sectors such as Finance, Broadcasting, Software Development, E-Commerce, and Gaming.
Gartner subscribers and clients can access the report, titled “Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection,” here.
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