Cookie Policy

As is now common with most websites, our Site uses cookies to record certain information about your use of the Site. Cookies are small data files generated by a website and saved by your web browser. Any information obtained consequently is used on an anonymous, aggregated basis and you cannot be identified from it. You are not required to accept a cookie that we send to you and you can modify your browser’s settings so that it will not accept cookies. If you choose to disable cookies, you can do so specifically for the type of browser you use:

This table shows the type of cookies, the purposes for which they are used and their retention periods.

Cookie Name Purpose Retention period
(set by Google Analytics)
To help understand how visitors interact with
the websites by providing information about
the areas visited, the time spent on the
website, and any issues encountered, such as
error messages. This helps Us improve the
performance of our websites.
By default, this cookie is set to expire after 2 years
(set by Google Analytics)
This cookie is used to limit the collection of
data when there is high traffic on the site.
10 minutes
(set by Google Analytics)
To store and group the session’s activity for
each user.
25 hours
_PHPSESSID Temporarily saves the information of your
session so that you do not need to fill the form
again when you reload the page.
When the browsing session ends.
_wfvt_ [ID of website] These contain information about your general
geographic location.
When the browsing session ends.
(set by the Wordfence Security WordPress plugin)
To protect the site against malicious attacks. 24 hours
_gat_gtag_[ID of website] Identification code of website for tracking visits 2 years
scf_cookielayer_storage Saves the information regarding the fact that
you have agreed to the website's terms of use.
30 days

Third-party cookies

Certain cookies are placed by a third party, for example Google Analytics to measure the use of the website. These cookies are found in other companies’ internet tools which we use to enhance our site, for example LinkedIn and Twitter all have their own cookies, which are controlled by them. If you do not want a website to place cookies on your device, you can change the settings of your browser as abovementioned.

Our Site and Services currently do not respond to “Do Not Track” (DNT) signals.