We Prioritise Your Privacy:

Understand Our Cookie Usage


As you access any website, information may be stored or retrieved on your browser, primarily in the form of cookies. These cookies may contain details about you, your preferences, or your devices, and are mainly utilised to customise your browsing experience. This customisation includes assisting you in finding information more efficiently and adapting content or marketing to suit your needs. Cookies achieve this by saving a user’s preferences for certain types of data or products, allowing us to analyse usage patterns and visited websites to enhance our services, products, or website features.

Cookies are compact text files that gather data about users and their visits to a website or use of an application. This information may include their Internet Protocol (IP) address, how they arrived at the website (e.g., through a search engine or a link from another site), and how they navigate within the website or mobile app. Other comparable technologies (such as “tags”) serve similar purposes and are often mentioned in the same context. Cookies can be categorised based on their purpose (what we utilise them for) and their duration (or the period of interaction with you).

1. Purpose

Essential or Strictly Necessary Cookies – These cookies are vital for enabling you to navigate our website and utilise its features, such as accessing secure areas, setting your language or regional preferences, logging in, or filling out forms. Examples of other websites include those that use cookies to maintain items in your cart as you shop online. Although you can configure your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, doing so may cause some parts of the website to malfunction. Generally, these first-party session cookies are provided by Edgeworks and do not store any personally identifiable information.

Preferences or Functional Cookies – Also referred to as “functionality cookies,” these cookies allow websites to offer enhanced functionality and personalisation by remembering your previous choices, such as your preferred language, country, or bank location, or microsite.

Statistical or Performance Cookies – Commonly known as “analytical” cookies, these collect information on how you interact with a website, including the pages you visit and the links you click on. This data cannot be used to personally identify you and is aggregated and anonymised for the sole purpose of helping us improve our website’s functionality and performance. Some of these cookies may come from third-party analytics services exclusively utilised by Edgeworks.

Marketing or Advertising Cookies – These cookies track your online browsing activities to help advertisers develop a profile of your interests, including information about browsing patterns and preferences across devices. This data is then used to serve more relevant ads or limit their frequency. Persistent cookies store this information, which is mostly shared with our third-party vendors and partners within Edgeworks.

2. Duration

Session Cookies – These temporary cookies expire when you close your browser or upon completion of your session.

Persistent Cookies – These cookies remain stored in your device until either you erase them manually or until they reach their expiration date (the duration of which may vary according to purpose).

3. Options for Cookie Management

To manage or remove cookies, or instruct your browser to delete or decline cookies, you can follow these steps:

You have the ability to control cookies on your computer through the internet browser you use. You can choose to be notified each time before a cookie is saved onto your device by adjusting your browser’s settings.

By default, most browsers are set to accept cookies automatically. However, you can change this setting by modifying your browser’s preferences to decline cookies.

For apps or mobile devices, modify your privacy settings within the device parameters and app management. Please note that tracking and notifications may differ between mobile devices and web-based applications.

For Marketing and Advertising Cookies, clear the cookies in your browser to adjust third-party cookie preferences for analytics and online marketing purposes. When a website offers third-party marketing cookies for the first time, you might receive a pop-up notification during your initial visit (some browsers may block these cookies when using privacy features). Keep in mind that this action may cause you to encounter unrelated advertisements.

Be aware that deleting or refusing Essential/Strictly Necessary or Performance/Statistical Cookies could impact the functionality of our website. Your preferences may not be saved, certain features may be unavailable or limited, and some web pages might not display properly.

4. Additional Information

This Cookies Guidance and Notice was last updated on 03 July 2023 and may be amended at our sole discretion.

To learn more about how Edgeworks manages your privacy options while using our website, please refer to our Privacy Policy.