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  • Writer's pictureKelsie Papenhausen

PCI Security Standards Council Welcomes Jscrambler CTO...

...and Cofounder, Pedro Fortuna, to its Board of Advisors

Pedro Fortuna is one of 52 members of the 2023-2025 PCI SSC Board of Advisors

Lisbon, Portugal, Monday, June 13th, 2023- Jscrambler, a leading solution for JavaScript protection and real-time webpage monitoring, is pleased to announce that its Chief Technology Officer and Cofounder, Pedro Fortuna, has been appointed to the 2023-2025 PCI Security Standards Council Board of Advisors.

The Board of Advisors represents PCI SSC Participating Organizations worldwide to ensure global industry involvement in the development of PCI Security Standards and programs. Jscrambler’s own Pedro Fortuna is one of 52 board members to join the PCI Security Standards Council in its efforts to secure payment data globally. As strategic partners, board members bring industry, geographical and technical insight to PCI SSC plans and projects.

The PCI Security Standards Council is a global organization responsible for developing and maintaining the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) and other important payment security standards. The Council's Board of Advisors is comprised of individuals with extensive expertise in payment security and related fields, and who are committed to advancing the Council's mission of protecting payment card data worldwide.

Pedro Fortuna has over 20 years of experience in the security industry, including software design and engineering and penetration testing. Fortuna has served as the CTO of Jscrambler since 2014, where he has been consistently at the helm of the company’s technical wing as well as participating in key business management decisions as a member of the board.

“I am thrilled to be chosen as a participating member of the Board of Advisors for PCI SSC,” said Pedro Fortuna, CTO and Cofounder, Jscrambler. “Our main focus as a company is always to provide the highest level of client-side security, and that must come with regulatory requirements which span globally. We are grateful for the opportunity to provide insight and expertise with the holistic goal of improving payment security standards.”

PCI SSC Executive Director, Lance J. Johnson, said: “The Board of Advisors provides industry expertise and perspectives that influence and shape the development of PCI Security Standards and programs. We look forward to working with Jscrambler in our efforts to help organizations secure payment data globally.”

For more information regarding Jscrambler, visit: https://jscrambler.com/

About Jscrambler

Jscrambler 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. Jscrambler was recently recognized as a winner in the 2023 BIG Innovation Awards. Find out more at: https://jscrambler.com/ or check out our listing on the GitHub Marketplace.

About the PCI Security Standards Council

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. Connect with the PCI SSC on LinkedIn. Join the conversation on Twitter @PCISSC. Subscribe to the PCI Perspectives Blog.

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