Jscrambler, a specialist in client-side protection, has been named a winner in the 2024 BIG Innovation Awards. The announcement marks the second consecutive win for the firm, placing Jscrambler's Client-Side Protection Platform in the forefront alongside other innovative global technology organisations that have successfully disrupted the market.
The integrated solution developed by Jscrambler ensures a strong defence against current and upcoming client-side cyber threats, data leaks, and IP theft, empowering development and digital teams to innovate securely.
According to the company, the solution helps businesses adopt a unified, future-proof client-side security policy whilst ensuring compliance with emerging security standards like the PCI DSS v4.0.
Maria Jimenez, Chief Nominations Officer of the Business Intelligence Group, commented on the award announcement: "Innovation is driving our society. We are thrilled to be honouring Jscrambler as they are leading by example and making lives better for many."
The BIG Innovation Awards received submissions from organisations worldwide showcasing their latest innovations. The nominations were evaluated by an elite group of business leaders and executives who volunteered their time and expertise to score submissions.
According to the company, Jscrambler has risen to become a leader in Client-Side Protection and Compliance through its solutions. The firm's integrated solution offers robust defence against emerging client-side cyber threats, data leaks, misconfigurations, and IP theft.
The company continues to assist businesses in adopting a unified, future-proof client-side security policy whilst aligning with emerging security standards. Jscrambler boasts a broad customer base, including FORTUNE 500 companies, e-commerce, airlines, media, and financial services companies, all of whom rely on secure online customer engagement.
The Business Intelligence Group was founded with the mission of recognising 'true talent and superior performance' in the business world. Its programs are judged by business executives with experience and knowledge. The organisation's proprietary scoring system selectively measures performance across multiple business domains and then rewards those companies whose achievements stand above those of their peers.