Ongoing Risk Mitigation
for Websites

Reflectiz mitigates security and privacy blind spots on websites to keep online businesses safe from third-party risks and client-side threats, with no setup or installation demands.

Free Website Risk Detection!

  • Supply Chain Risks
  • Magecart Attacks Mitigation
  • Automatic Third-Party Inventory
  • Privacy Compliance Validation
  • On-Going Website Monitoring

What We Do?

The growing dependency of online businesses on third-party applications create new security blind-spots.
At Reflectiz we have a clear goal of enabling effective protection and ongoing risk mitigation against these new emerging risks.

Our automated technology provides ongoing monitoring that seamlessly protects websites from third-parties technologies, without affecting performance. Reflectiz non-intrusive SaaS solution is fully transparent and can be activated immediately, with no prior setup or installation

Our Vision

A Third-Party Attack Scenario

Danger to you Danger to you

What’s unique about Reflectiz’ solution?

Complete Site Overview

Full Third-Party Visibility

Cyber Oriented Solution

Web Third-Party Intelligence

Deep Tech

Dynamic Behavioral Analysis

Seamless Integration

Ongoing Protection

Alerts and Notifications

Fully Automated Alerts

Full Third-Party Visibility

Reflectiz provides extensive third-party inventory and robust asset management platform, all in one place, presenting extensive data of each third-party application, including its actions, networking, location, relationships and more. All with a friendly user interface and functional management capabilities.

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Web Third-Party Intelligence

Reflectiz’ ability to analyze thousands of websites nonstop, produces the most up-to-date intelligence platform of web third-party risk detection, covering unfamiliar threats and malicious JS, as well as providing a global database of third-parties applications worldwide.

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Dynamic Behavioral Analysis

Reflectiz uses propriety browsing capabilities, offering dynamic third-party client-side behavioral analysis. This unique examination reflects the relationship of each component and the entire third-party supply chain of the website, up to fourth and fifth parties and its in-depth action analysis.

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Ongoing Protection

The Reflectiz platform produces a one-touch baseline, followed by a reoccurring monitoring process of the entire third-party inventory on your website. Our continuous analysis allows us to identify risks on your website as they happened, ensuring your organization will not be exposed to supply-chain attacks resulting from compromised installed third-parties on your website

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Fully Automated Alerts

The Reflectiz platform lets you stay in control 24/7, connected to your internal SIEM/SOAR processes, with no effort from your end. Each smart alert and notification provided is automatically tagged according to the severity of each instance and includes a set of practical security guidelines for your website.

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Blog

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