What is a Cookie?
Cookies help us to provide important features and functionality on our Websites and we use them to improve your user experience. Generally, our cookies perform up to four different functions:
Strictly Necessary cookies to allow you (the user) to move around on our websites and to use its features.
Performance cookies to collect data on the performance of our websites such as the number of visitors, the time spent on the website and error messages.
Functionality cookies to increase the usability of our websites by remembering your choices (e.g. language, region, login, and so on).
Session cookies to temporarily keep track of your movement from page to page so you don’t get asked for the same information you’ve already given to the website. Session cookies are erased once you close your browser unlike persistent or permanent cookies which stay on your device until you manually delete them or until your browser deletes them based on the duration period specified in the persistent cookie file.
Third Party Cookies
If you would like to disable third party cookies, you can do so by going to the relevant third party website and opting out there.
Your choices when it comes to Cookies
You can use your browser settings to accept or reject new Cookies and to delete existing Cookies. You can also set your browser to notify you each time new Cookies are placed on your computer or other device. You can find more detailed information about how you can manage Cookies at the All About Cookies, Your Online Choices and About Ads websites.
If you choose to disable some or all Cookies, you may not be able to make full use of our Websites and you will continue to receive advertising, however that advertising will not be tailored to you. Please note that Cyber Security Europe has no affiliation with, and is not responsible for, these third party websites.
Last updated: 26th June 2018