Websites typically run a plethora of tools and widgets for analytics, marketing automation, advertising, chatbots, security, and social media.
These third-party tools can adversely impact the performance of websites and they also increase the attack surface, posing security risks to the organization. Moreover, organizations have limited/no visibility and control over the data that third party tools access, leading to privacy concerns.
In this session, we will discuss:
- Privacy concerns related to third-party tools
- Removing third-party scripts from the browser and loading them on the cloud