What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that Secure State Cybers website (www.securestatecyber.com) and its portal (https://customerportal.securestate.se) requests to save on your computer in order to better provide you with access to different features and services.
There are two different types of cookies. One has an expiration date and is therefore saved for a pre-defined period of time on your computer. For example, this type of cookies is used for statistical analysis of the traffic on the website. The other type of cookies lacks an expiration date and is instead referred to as session cookies. Session cookies are mainly used to facilitate your surfing experience and they are erased directly when you close your browser. For more information about cookies and how they work, please visit the PTS (Swedish Post and Telecom Authority) information site about cookies.
Under the Electronic Communications Act, all visitors to a website with cookies must have access to information stating that the website contains cookies and the purposes for which cookies are used.
Secure State Cyber strives to use as few cookies as possible on its website. However, some cookies must be used to provide security and improve the site and its features. Secure State uses the following cookies:
Block and turn off all cookies
Most browsers accept cookies automatically. If you want to be alerted every time our site tries to save a cookie on your computer or if you want to turn off cookies completely, you can enable this through your browser’s security settings.
For example, you can block or delete cookies in Microsoft Edge by clicking Settings> Advanced Settings> Privacy and Services> Cookies.
For more information about changing the settings in your browser, please contact your browser’s support page or follow the links below.