What are cookies
Cookies are small information files that are sent to your browser by the website you connect to. Your browser stores each cookie for a specific period. And each time you return to the same website, your browser sends the cookie(s) back to that website. In this way, the website recognises your browser. Cookies can be used for various applications, for example to remember your language preference, to ensure that a website appears graphically neat or that a website application works correctly, to trace your navigation for statistical or advertising purposes, etc.
Cookies usually have an expiration date. For example, some cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser (known as a “session cookie”), while others remain on your computer for a longer period of time, sometimes even until you delete them manually (also known as a “persistent cookie”).
Types of cookies
First party cookies
These first party cookies are placed for and/or by the Cyber Security Coalition.
The website of the Cyber Security Coalition places three types of cookies:
- Technical cookies. These are necessary for purely technical reasons when using the website. As soon as you connect to the Coalition website, these cookies are placed.
- Functional cookies. These ensure that the Coalition website works optimally. You can refuse these cookies or delete them using your browser settings, but your browsing experience will be noticeably less good.
- Analytical cookies. These allow certain things to be analysed, such as the number of visits to the website or to a specific page or advertising message. We only use this information to improve the content of our website or as a starting point for a new campaign on a particular subject of great interest. For the use of analytical cookies, your prior consent will be asked. You can therefore refuse to allow these cookies to be placed on your device.
Third party cookies
These third party cookies are aimed to improve the interactivity of the website.
The website of the Cyber Security Coalition uses functionalities offered by third parties such as Google, YouTube, LinkedIn and Facebook. These functionalities make use of third party cookies that can be placed directly by these services when you visit the website of the Cyber Security Coalition. You will find more information per third party cookie below in the list of third party cookies.
List of cookies placed for and/or by the Cyber Security Coalition
These cookies are placed anyway when you surf on the Coalition website.
|cookielawinfo-checkbox||11 months||The cookie is used to store the user consent for the cookies.|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-analytical-third-party||1 year||This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The purpose of this cookie is to check whether or not the user has given their consent to the usage of cookies under the category 'Analytical Third Party'.|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-functional||1 year||This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The purpose of this cookie is to check whether or not the user has given their consent to the usage of cookies under the category 'Functional'.|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-functional-third-party||1 year||This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The purpose of this cookie is to check whether or not the user has given their consent to the usage of cookies under the category 'Functional Third Party'.|
|cookielawinfo-checkbox-technical||1 year||This cookie is set by GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The purpose of this cookie is to check whether or not the user has given their consent to the usage of cookies under the category 'Technical'.|
These cookies improve your user experience of the Coalition website. They will only be placed after your approval.
|pll_language||11 months||This cookie is set by Polylang plugin for WordPress powered websites. The cookie stores the language code of the last browsed page.|
These cookies allow the Cyber Security Coalition to analyse certain matters (which is exactly described below per cookie). They will only be placed after your approval.
List of third party cookies
Functional third party cookies
|yt-remote-connected-devices||temporary||This cookie stores user video playback preferences for embedded YouTube videos.|
|yt-remote-device-id||temporary||This cookie stores user video playback preferences for embedded YouTube videos.|
Analytical third party cookies
|GPS||30 minutes||This cookie is set by Youtube and registers a unique ID for tracking users based on their geographical location|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||5 months||This cookie is set by Youtube. Used to track the information of the embedded YouTube videos on a website.|
|vuid||2 years||This domain of this cookie is owned by Vimeo. This cookie is used by vimeo to collect tracking information. It sets a unique ID to embed videos to the website.|
|YSC||This cookies is set by Youtube and is used to track the views of embedded videos.|
Set and manage your cookie preferences
During your first visit to blog.cybersecuritycoalition.be, a banner will inform you about the presence of cookies and you will be asked to indicate which cookies you do or do not accept. Functional cookies, analytical cookies and third party cookies will only be placed if you accept them.
You can consult and change your cookie preferences for our website at any time via the Cookie Management page. You will find these at the bottom of every page of our website.
How do I see which cookies have been placed on my device and how do I delete them?
If you want to know which cookies have been placed on your device or if you wish to delete them, you can use a setting in your browser.
Through the links below you will find more information on how to do this.
- Firefox – Firefox (mobile)
- Chrome – Chrome (mobile)
- Safari – Safari (mobile)
- Internet Explorer – Microsoft Edge