Who is responsible for processing the information collected by the cookies?
Please note that the following websites and applications are part of Graydon:
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is being stored on the hard drive of your device (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) sent to you via the internet browser that you are using to visit a website. The information captured by the cookie makes it possible to identify you as a recurring visitor to the site and therefore, allows the personalisation of your web experience of this particular website.
What other comparable technologies are being used?
Which cookies does Graydon use?
We think it is important that you know which cookies or comparable technologies we are using and for what purpose. We want to ensure you receive the best experience on our websites, whilst safeguarding your privacy.
We use the following cookies:
- Necessary cookies
- Preferences cookies
- Analytical cookies
- Tracking cookies
- Social media plugins
- Cookies of third parties
Necessary cookies ensure that the website is fully loaded, so that pages are complete, and no texts, videos, or forms are missing. These cookies are making our website(s) more user-friendly when you are visiting them.
Preferences cookies allow a website to remember information that changes the way the website behaves or looks, such as your preferred language or the region you are in, when you return.
Analytical cookies help us understand how visitors interact with our website by collecting and reporting information anonymously. This optimises the website, so that the user experience can be improved. These cookies are processed anonymously and have no/minor impact on your privacy. Nevertheless, it is important to us to keep you informed about this: we want to be transparent about these cookies.
Tracking cookies are cookies that record the surfing behaviour of the website visitor. We use these cookies to keep track of which pages you visit, to build a profile of your online behaviour. This information is only used to match advertisements to your profile so that they are as relevant as possible to you.
Social media plugins
We consider social media plugins to be some form of tracking cookies. These are being used to offer social media modules on our websites such as sharing content or blog posts to your network(s). We are currently using, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+.
Social media networks collect information to enrich user profiles on their platform. This way, they can see which website you have visited and add this information to the others that they have (e.g. adding them to your profile on these social media networks).
Cookies of third parties
Please note that selected third parties are allowed to place cookies on our websites. For example, media agencies, advertisement networks, social media networks, etc. that have been authorised to do so.
Advertising networks and media agencies might be an intermediary between Graydon and its website visitors to ensure we engage and communicate to our audience in the best possible way. The possible data capture by these cookies are being referred to within the privacy statements and cookie policies of these companies.
Withdraw consent/adapt cookie settings
You can change your cookies preferences through the settings of your internet browser and control which ones you allow to be placed on your device. From your browser settings, you can also select the existing cookies you wish to delete. This needs to be done independently on each device you are using to browse the internet.
On the website of allaboutcookies you can find more information on how you can manage cookies.
This page was last updated on the 24th May 2018.