With seenaptic Privacy, respect user consent and monitor all tags and cookies present on your sites and apps.
In your interface, define the different scenarios for accepting or refusing consent. During automated tests, we will detect instances where a tracker (tag or cookie) fails to respect consent.
Alerts will enable you to quickly correct the configuration of your CMP.
We list all the cookies placed on your site. For each cookie, you can:
Our test bots browse your site or your mobile application to identify browse your site or your mobile application to identify. If a triggered tag is faulty, slow to load, malicious, or simply not listed in your repository, you will receive an alert.
Analyze the presence rate of your tags. You’ll know where on your pages they are present so you can prioritize your corrective actions.
Knowing when a tag is present on your pages when it should not be is the first step. Then you must quickly determine how it ended up on your site.
Save time with the trigger tree diagram by identifying which tags are the source of piggybacking in just a few clicks.
Make a note in seenaptic of your users’ personal data that requires special attention.
In the event of data leaks, we will alert you.
We go the extra mile! During audits, our bots test more than 40 decryption methods to verify that personal data, even if encrypted, is not being collected by third parties.
During automated tests, seenaptic identifies which countries your data transit servers are located in. See at a glance if a third party is storing the data collected on your site outside the European Union.
Your site evolves (updates, addition of new vendors, etc.) as does configuration for your CMP. We continuously monitor that your CMP is present on your site and that it is communicating properly with your TMS. If no consent banner is present on your pages, we will alert you.