XaaS Cookie Policy

So what are these ‘cookies’ you speak of? 

Well…cookies are little crumbs of information that websites and other online services drop onto your computer or device when you visit themThey range in their mission: 

We have the ‘Good cookies, these are useful in our daily lives and want to make life easier by remembering what is in your shopping basket, keep your username easily to hand or make sure that your internet banking session times out if you forget to close it down. 

We have the ‘Good but selfish cookies, these are generally called analytic cookies and send useful data back to the website owner of how you interact with their sites and help improve their services to you. 

We have the ‘Bad’ cookies, these follow your online usage for no other reason than to understand your behaviour and can be used to profile you, these tracking cookies serve little purpose in helping you but help the cookie’s owner understand more about you. 

Then we have the ‘Ugly’ cookies, these are known as malicious cookies and can be used to instruct your browser to redirect to a hackers site and download a virus or worse. 

Well now that we have explored the Good, the bad and the ugly, we have now got to tell you what we use and how we use them for our services. 

XaaS Website

We use ‘good’ cookies to cookies to manage logged-in user sessions and authentication. We also use cookies to remember a user’s name and email address when filling out forms. 

Alongside this we use ‘good but selfish’ third-party cookies from Google to provide useful analytic information to help us improve our service to you. 

Metacore-X Platform

For now, we don’t use cookies but at some point, we may use some analytic cookies to help improve our services to you, at which point we will update you. We do however use something call local browser storage.  This is a space your browser memory dedicated to storing tiny bits of information that help us make your experience smoother.  We don’t store anything more than where you last left off to make your life easier and we don’t record how you answered questions or anything that could be considered sensitive. 

Cybervaccine and XaaS Ouch

We use ‘good’ cookies to cookies to manage user sessions as well as helping to remember where you left off 

Alongside this we use ‘good but selfish’ third-party cookies from Google to provide useful analytic information to help us improve our service to you. 

So, there you have it – a quick tour of what these cooky cookies are, how we use them and similar technologies we use to make your life easier when using our platform.