This policy outlines what types of cookies Seccl uses on this website, and how we allow them to improve your experience of using it. If you would like to opt-out of cookies, you can see details on how to do so at the bottom of this page.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data that are downloaded to your browser when you use a website. The cookies that Seccl uses allow them to optimise your experience, as well as store necessary data required for you to use this site.
Types of cookies used on the website
Seccl may use a variety of cookies on this website, which fall under the following categories:
Strictly necessary cookies: essential cookies which enable you to use this website. Without these cookies, this website may be unable to function properly;
Performance cookies: these collect information about how you use our website, like the pages you regularly visit. This data may be used to optimise the website so that your experience can be improved. None of this information can identify you, as all information is aggregated and anonymised;
Functionality cookies: these are used to allow the website to remember the choices you make while browsing, saving you time in the future. This may include preferences like language or text size;
Tools we use that may leave cookies – and why we use them
Google Analytics – to monitor traffic and behaviour of visitors to our site (on an anonymised basis)
Google Ads – to serve targeted advertising to visitors of our site
Helpscout - for customer communication and messaging
Hotjar – to monitor and record behaviour of behaviour of visitors to our site (on an anonymised basis)
Hubspot – our CRM and marketing automation platform
LinkedIn – to serve targeted advertising to visitors of our site
Twitter – to serve targeted advertising to visitors of our site
Set your cookie preferences
You can delete all cookies that are already on your device by clearing the browsing history of your browser. This will remove all cookies from every website you have ever visited. Note that this may result in you losing some saved information, e.g. login details and site preferences.
Last updated: January 2021.