Last revised: October 2020
The cookies we use can be classified in one of the following categories:
|Strictly Necessary cookies||We use these cookies to enable you to use our Website’s features, such as enabling movement between pages and remembering information you enter on forms.
Without these necessary cookies, services and functions on our Website will not be possible and our Website will not perform as it should.
|Security cookies||We use these cookies to help identity and prevent security risks.|
|Performance and Analytics cookies||We use these cookies to collect information about Users’ use of our Website to help improve the way the it works.|
|Functionality and Preference cookies||We use these cookies to remember the choices you make such as which language you prefer and to provide you with personalized features.|
|Targeting and Advertising cookies||We use these cookies to deliver you with ads when you browse the web that are more relevant to you and your interests, by remembering information such as what you looked at on our Website and to track the performance of these ads.|
|Social Sharing cookies||We use these cookies to allow you to share content directly on the social network/sharing sites, like Facebook, Twitter or Google+ on which you have a user account. Examples would be if you wanted to “like” or “tweet” about a service or product advertised on our website|
We use the following Third-Party Cookies:
|Third party||Type of cookies||Service provided|
|Analytics||Google provide anonymized data about the visits made to our website.|
|Social Sharing||Facebook store cookies which allow the Facebook “Like” social sharing functionality but only if you click on the Facebook “Like” button on our website or log in using your Facebook account.|
|Social Sharing||Twitter also store cookies which allow their social sharing functionality including the “Tweet” function and to generate usage information during your visit to our website.|
|Marketing and Social Sharing||LinkedIn stores cookies which allow social sharing functionalities.
We do not currently commit to responding to your browsers’ ‘Do Not Track’ signals with respect to our Services, in part, because no common industry standard for ‘Do Not Track’ has been adopted by regulators, including no consistent standard of interpreting a user’s intent. We are committed to monitoring the developments around ‘Do Not Track’ and the implementation of a standard.