GDPR features to protect your visitor data

The GDPR imposes numerous measures for ensuring the protection of visitor data. We have developed advanced features to facilitate these verifications and to ensure your compliance with current regulations.

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La cartographie de tags pour une meilleure visibilité

Tag mapping for better visibility

We inspect every tag on your website.

If our tool triggers a tag on your site that is defective, slow to load, malicious or simply not indexed in your reference source, you will be alerted.

Find out where tags come from

We call it piggybacking when tag A is triggered on your site, which then triggers tag B, which then triggers tag C, and so on.

In some cases, this results in data leaks.

Thanks to trigger tree diagrams, you can identify the source of tags present on your pages.

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Évitez les fuites de données utilisateurs et assurez votre conformité avec le RGPD

Prevent visitor data leaks

Third-party tags, tracking errors, etc. Personal data has the potential of being recovered by third parties, jeopardising your compliance with the GDPR.

With seenaptic, you can label visitor data you deem sensitive (an email address, a customer account number, a name, etc.).

In the event of a dubious data collection, you will be alerted immediately.

Respecting visitor consent

A simple scroll no longer suffices as a visitor's acceptance of cookies. Your online visitors are free to grant you full or partial use of their browsing data or to even fully deny you.

Configure your crawl modes and test your tagging plans to be sure you are respecting the consent of your online visitors.

Testez vos plans de marquage pour vous assurer de respecter le consentement utilisateur
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Find out where tags come from

Detect if some tags collect user protected data like email address or customer id... Setup a surveillance on user data to be alerted whenever it happens on your website. This way, you are able to proove that a user data protection process exists in case of a control of legal instances.