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Secureframe vs JScrambler: What are the differences?

Secureframe: Get enterprise ready with SOC 2 and ISO 27001 compliance. It helps companies get enterprise ready by streamlining SOC 2 and ISO 27001 compliance. It allows companies to get compliant within weeks, rather than months and monitors 25+ services, including AWS, GCP, and Azure; JScrambler: Leading client-side security solution for JavaScript protection and real-time webpage monitoring. Jscrambler enables JavaScript applications to become self-defensive and resilient to tampering and reverse-engineering, while also providing complete visibility over client-side attacks.

Secureframe and JScrambler can be primarily classified as "Security" tools.

Some of the features offered by Secureframe are:

  • Get SOC 2 ready in weeks, not months
  • Secure an audit through our preferred auditor network
  • Stay compliant through automated reports and alerts

On the other hand, JScrambler provides the following key features:

  • Polymorphic JavaScript Obfuscation (transform your app into a form that is protected against reverse-engineering using automated static analysis attacks)
  • Code Locks (restrict when, where and by whom the app can be executed)
  • Self-Defending (combination of anti-tampering and anti-debugging techniques)
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What is JScrambler?

Jscrambler enables JavaScript applications to become self-defensive and resilient to tampering and reverse-engineering, while also providing complete visibility over client-side attacks.

What is Secureframe?

It helps companies get enterprise ready by streamlining SOC 2 and ISO 27001 compliance. It allows companies to get compliant within weeks, rather than months and monitors 25+ services, including AWS, GCP, and Azure.

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