Cookie Policy

What are cookies and similar technologies?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on or read from your equipment, for example in the browser of your computer, tablet or smartphone, when you visit a site. This file stores or accesses data – some of which may be personal – that allows the website to recognise you on a later visit. JavaScripts and web beacons are examples of similar technologies. A system can collect information thanks to JavaScripts, store it in small, simple text files thanks to cookies, and transmit it via web beacons. A software development kit (SDK) is another example of this type of technology: it allows apps to collect and store information on a smartphone or tablet and send this information to Secior. We refer to all of these technologies collectively as cookies and similar technologies (hereinafter referred to as ‘cookies’ for short).

For what purposes does Secior use cookies?
Our website may use cookies for the following purposes: Technically essential cookies. These cookies are necessary to enable the technical operation of our website. Functional cookies. These cookies enable certain functionalities of our website, such as the ability to save your preferences. Some are only valid for the duration of a single visit to the website and others for multiple visits. Analytical cookies. Secior uses Google Analytics and other analytical cookies in a privacy-friendly manner to analyse how visitors use our websites. This enables Secior to improve the user-friendliness of its website, for example.

Advertising or tracking cookies.
Secior uses cookies for commercial and promotional purposes. The (personal) data thus collected are linked, analysed and used to develop profiles, segments and target groups, in order to display the most relevant information and personalised offers on websites. Other marketing channels, some of which are from third parties. Tracking cookies may also be placed on the Secior website by third parties (hereinafter referred to as ‘third-party cookies’). We request your express consent for the transmission of third-party cookies, as these make it possible to track your internet behaviour across different websites. The privacy and cookie declarations of the relevant third parties apply to the (personal) data processed through third-party cookies. Secior has no influence on this.


Secior collects your IP and MAC address (anonymised where possible), browsing and clicking behaviour, cookie identifiers, technical characteristics (such as the browser you use and the resolution of your computer screen), the page from which you came to the Secior website, the time and duration of your visit to or use of our website, the use you make of our website’s functionalities and the pages you visit on our website.

How can you avoid cookies?
You can change your browser settings to prevent your browser from accepting cookies (in their entirety or specifically from our website). If your browser does not accept cookies from our website, you may lose access to or use of certain features of our website. If you do not wish to receive cookies from Google Analytics, you can indicate in your browser settings that you no longer wish to receive them.

If you have any further questions about our cookie statement, please contact us:

Secior B.V.
Boeinglaan 254
1119 PZ Schiphol-Rijk
The Netherlands

T +31 (0)85 2736036

Secior – January 2023



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