Date of last update: 26/08/2020
MITE3 Cybersecurity, established and having its office at Emmen (7824 LB) at Holtackers 14, hereinafter referred to as “MITE3 Cybersecurity”, attaches great importance to the privacy of visitors to its website www.mite3.nl hereinafter referred to as “our website”, and to what the General Regulation Data protection (GDPR) determines on this. In this statement, MITE3 Cybersecurity explains what its policy is regarding Cookies on its website.
MITE3 Cybersecurity, MITE3 and MITE3 Security are registered trading names of Digicy.Cloud B.V. (Limited Liability Company) in Emmen, Chamber of Commerce 71698892.
What are cookies?
Some cookies are necessary for the functioning of our website. These cookies contribute to safe browsing and use of the functionalities of our website. This includes, for example, staying logged in while visiting the various pages of our website, and your specified cookie preferences. If your browser does not accept cookies from our website at all, you may not be able to use the website or your personal environment on it to a limited extent.
We use protection mechanisms to analyze whether you, and therefore your web browser, are not an automated script with the aim of disrupting or breaking into our website. For this, system data may be shared with Google reCAPTCHA during login.
Overview of cookies
- Cloudflare: __cfduid
- WMPL plugin: wpml_browser_redirect_test
- WMPL plugin: wp-wpml_current_language
- WMPL plugin: _icl_visitor_lang_js
- Cookie banner: displayCookieConsent
With an embedded YouTube video op a page (necessary):
- YouTube: GPS
- YouTube: VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE
- YouTube: YSC
- YouTube: remote_sid
With participating to a promotion via a Google Form on the promotion page (commercial):
- DoubleClick: IDE
With participating to a promotion via a Google Form on the promotion page (necessary):
- Google: NID
- Google Docs: S
With logging on to the website (necessary):
- WMPL plugin: _icl_current_admin_language_<hash>
- Wordfence plugin: wf_loginalerted_<hash>
- Wordfence plugin: wfwaf-authcookie-<hash>
- WordPress: wordpresspass_<hash>
- WordPress: wordpress_sec_<hash>
- WordPress: wordpress_test_cookie
- WordPress: wordpressuser_<hash>
- WordPress: wordpress_logged_in_<hash>
- WordPress: wp-postpass_<hash>
- WordPress: wp-settings-1
- WordPress: wp-settings-time-1
We strive to keep this overview as up-to-date as possible. The overview was last updated on 09-07-2020.
How can you block or delete cookies?
Would you rather not want our website to place cookies? Then you can block or delete these cookies yourself via the privacy settings of your browser. Our website can therefore work less quickly or even not function at all. See the explanation above for “necessary cookies”.
Do you want to prevent new cookies from being placed? Block the possibility that cookies are stored on your computer, tablet or mobile. There are various ways to block cookies. This way you can block all cookies, block a specific type of cookie or block cookies from certain websites. You can do this yourself via the privacy settings of your browser. When cookies are blocked, all cookies remain that were already present on your computer, tablet or mobile. Therefore, in addition to blocking, you can also delete all your already placed cookies.
Do you want to delete all cookies on your computer? That is possible. Keep in mind that you will experience less user-friendliness by deleting cookies when you visit websites. Certain settings will no longer be saved and you may miss out on relevant offers. Incidentally, cookies will be stored on your computer, tablet or mobile after every Internet visit. Unless you have blocked the placement of new cookies. The settings for removing cookies can be found in the toolbar of your browser. Read more on the websites of the browsers Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome. Are you using Apple Safari? Then, advertiser cookies are blocked by default. You can change this setting by clicking on the symbol for settings at the top right. Then go to ‘Preferences’, tab ‘Privacy’. You can then choose from 3 settings.