Malware protection for companies' weakest link, its apps and third-party programs
Spotted: Portugal-based Jscrambler is changing the way companies protect themselves from cyber attacks. The technology works by transforming the code companies use to create their own web applications and giving it self-defensive properties. It also monitors threats in real time. Companies are alerted in seconds if hackers are trying to alter their code, or in any way modify the contents of their webpages. The timing allows them to react before serious damage is done.
Historically, companies could protect themselves from hackers and malware by securing their internal servers and computer systems. But antivirus and anti-malware products used on company servers have become less effective against these attacks. Companies have become even more vulnerable because so many use code that runs on clients’ computers.
Jscrambler is available by subscription, both cloud-based or on-premises. Jscrambler recently received more than $2.3 million in funding. More than 43,000 companies and individuals, including Fortune 500 businesses, are already using its technology.