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Is Adobe Activity Map capturing my customer’s PII (personally identifiable information)?

What makes Adobe Activity Map a great a link tracking solution is exactly what can also lead to it unintentionally capturing customer’s PII (personally identifiable information) across a website. Read on to understand why PII is important, how Activity Map can expose unintended customer data collection, and what options are available to mitigate the risks […]


What is Adobe Activity Map and how does it work?

Despite the impressive amount of functionality it offers, Activity Map is arguably one of the lesser known features available within Adobe Analytics. Understanding how it works and what it offers and will help you decide on whether it’s a suitable link tracking solution to include in your existing or future Adobe Analytics implementation. Table of […]


PSA: Malicious Scripts Posing as Google Tracking

The folks over at Sucuri have uncovered a new security threat involving malicious scripts posing as legitimate Google tracking calls in order to avoid casual detection. These scripts are designed to scrape sensitive data such as credit card information from compromised websites. The malicious code attempts to mimic references to the standard Google Analytics and […]


Tracking Single Page Apps

Single page web application or SPAs are seamlessly adopted a lot over the last few years, with content being rendered on the fly makes for a continuous and easy-to-use digital web experience. But with all the advantages it may bring, there’s a few things we need to take into account when developing an analytics implementation.


Ebiquity Acquires Digital Balance

It is with great pleasure I announce our most exciting venture to date; the acquisition of Digital Balance by Ebiquity – a leading independent marketing and media analytics consultancy. Ebiquity is a great fit and giant step forward for our business. We share very similar values around agility, independence, honesty and being straight-forward. We’re looking forward to having access to Ebiquity’s core services, and leverage some of the expertise and networks that they bring to the table.