If you visit our website to read or to download some information on our pages, we collect and store only the following information:
– The name of the domain from which you access the Internet.
– The date and time you access our site
– The Internet address of the website you use to link directly to our site. If you choose to register on our site to use the services we provide, we collect and store only the following information about you:
c. Company Website
d. Position at the Company
If you identify yourself by sending us an e-mail containing your personal information, then that information will only be used to respond to your message.
CYBERCYTE may use software programs to create statistics which are used for statistical purposes such as identifying the number of visitors, what information is receiving most and least interest, technical design specifications, and identifying system performance. For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, CYBERCYTE also uses software programs to monitor network traffic to determine unauthorized attempts to upload or change information.
CYBERCYTE will not obtain personally-identifying information when you visit our site, unless you choose to provide such information to us by registering to our site, nor will such information be shared or sold to third parties.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are messages or small text files stored on the hard drive of your device or computer, on the browser or network server when you visit internet sites.
– Identify you and distinguish you from other users to provide a personalised browsing experience
– Improve the services offered to you by enhancing the design, functionality and performance
– Provide commercial and legal security for you and our company
What type of cookies do we use?
Targeting Cookies: They are used to provide personalised content. They can be used to measure a campaign as well as targeted advertising. This information is used to make our website and the ads displayed on it more relevant to your preferences. We may use these cookies to remember the sites you visit, in order to identify which channels are more efficient.
Functionality Cookies: They improve the functionality of the site by keeping your preferences. These cookies store information about your previous preferences (language, location etc.) and allow us to provide a more personal user experience.
Session (Transient) Cookies: They allow users to be remembered within a website so any page changes users make are recognized. Session cookies do not collect any data from the user’s devices and they are stored in temporary memory and are not retained after the browser is closed.
Authentication Cookies: They store session ID information in the user’s browser after a successful login.
This policy might be updated due to the changes in legislation and technology from time to time. Therefore you should visit this page periodically to ensure you are updated about any possible changes.
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