Cynetix Cookie Policy

A cookie is a piece of information in the form of a text file which is placed in the permanent memory storage area of your computer. The data contained within the cookie is set by the server (this website) but is created by the Internet access software (browser) on your computer.

You can choose whether to accept or reject cookies automatically or manually in the settings of your browser software.

More information about cookies can be found here:

If you disable cookies or reject cookies some parts of the site may not function correctly or may not be accessible.

When you first arrive at the Cynetix website you will be asked if you will give consent for your personal data to be submitted to Google Analytics. Cynetix uses Google Analytics for marketing purposes, the data collected helps us to identify where our enquires are coming from, what they are looking for and so on. This helps us to better target our marketing. Information about what Google collect is available here:

If you do not provide consent then your experience of using the site should not change.

If you do provide consent but later change your mind you can opt out of consent here "My Privacy & Cookie Control" at the bottom of the page.

Our site offers you the ability to opt in or out of website analytics and store your choice in a cookie which will contain the following information:

  • The choice you’ve made
  • The date and time of your choice

This is stored on your computer (when possible) as cookie and we do not keep a copy.

You can also choose to remove the cookie that stores your choice.

Any other cookies used on the website will be absolutely essential to its operation and will not contain any personal data.

Contacting Us

Data Protection Officer
Cynetix Group LTD.
2 High Wood Way,
Lakeside Park,
S43 4XN
United Kingdom

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This document was last updated – May 2018