Last update: April 15th, 2022
1. What is a cookie/tracker?
Cookies and other trackers (“Cookies”) are technologies storing or retrieving information on your browser or your device (computer, mobile, tablet, etc.) when visiting online services. Cookies are widely used by websites, mobile applications, software or emails.
Cookies do not recognize you personally, but rather the device you use. Cookies simply give information about your browsing activities in order to recognize the device later on in order to improve the browsing experience, save your preferences or even adapt the services offered to you on the Website.
You can block, at any time, the Cookies used on the Website:
through the cookies banner made available to you when you first visit our Website;
through the tool below (see section 2 of this Cookies Policy);
by setting up your browser according to the instructions below (see section 4 of this Cookies Policy).
Should you have any questions, you may directly contact Riot Security by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. How to change the Cookies settings?
By using the tool below, you can access the complete list of Cookies used on the Website and choose to accept or refuse them. Except for the necessary Cookies that do not require your consent, you can consent to our use of individual categories of Cookies or choose from the complete list of Cookies. The list of Cookies is updated regularly.
Necessary Cookies enable the proper functioning of the Website. You may disable these by changing your browser settings as described below. If you do so, you will still be able to navigate the Website, but some of their functions will be affected.
Company (name and sector), position
We use analytics Cookies (or audience measurement Cookies) to improve the Website by collecting information on how you interact with the Website. These Cookies collect information in an aggregated or generalized statistical form.
We use advertising Cookies to enable the placement of advertisements, to measure their effectiveness and to adapt their content to your browsing and your profile. In particular, we may present ads to you on other websites to promote relevant services, articles or events that we think you would like to hear about.
3. What third-party companies are using Cookies on the Website?
Beyond the collection and technical transmission, Riot Security does not have any control over third-party Cookies. Riot Security is not responsible for the sharing, the publications, comments or any other contents and any other data processing activities of the third-party websites.
4. How to manage your Cookies preferences?
Browser settings. Most browsers are set by default to accept Cookies. However, you can set up your browser so that Cookies cannot be placed on your device.
If you wish to receive a notification when the browser receives a Cookie request, refuse all Cookies or accept only certain Cookies, most browsers allow some control of Cookies through browser settings. If you reject Cookies, you may still use the Website, but your ability to use some areas of the Website may be limited.
To change your Cookies settings on your browser, please click on the relevant link below:
• Apple Safari
• Google Chrome
• Microsoft Edge
• Microsoft Internet Explorer
• Mozilla Firefox
Other preference management tool. For more information about Cookies, in order to see the Cookies placed on your device and how to manage your Cookies preference, you can also use www.youronlinechoices.eu.