Information about cookies

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you have visited. They are widely used to enable websites to work or work more efficiently, as well as to provide the necessary information to the website owners. The use of cookies is currently standard practice for most websites. If you have difficulties using cookies, you can manage and control them through your browser, including deleting them by erasing them from the "browser history" (high-speed buffer memory – cache) when you leave the website.

Types of cookies

  • “session” cookies are stored in the browser only for the duration of your session in the browser, i.e. until you leave the website;
  • “persistent” cookies are stored in your browser after the end of the session (if you have not deleted them);
  • “information collectors” receive and accumulate information about your use of the website, in particular about which web pages you have visited, about the presence of error messages. These files do not collect personally identifiable information. The information received is accumulated in such a way as to ensure its anonymity. “Information collectors” are used to improve the website operation;
  • “functional” cookies allow a website to remember all your choices related to it (for example, changing the size of text, pages with user settings), or activate services such as posting comments in a blog.

Use of cookies in IBS

Your use of this website means that you agree to the placement of appropriate cookies on your computer for the purposes specified above. Cookies are used on this website for the following purposes:

  • user identification sessions are set by the tag server. User identification using an IP address. Cookie records contain identification data, information about the last access time, session start time and account identification data. Validity period – up to 10 years;
  • user identification using JavaScript. Cookie records contain identification data, information about the last access time, visit start time and identification data. The validity period is up to 3 years.
The IBS website uses cookies. This gives us the opportunity to monitor the correct operation of the site, as well as analyze data in order to develop our products and services. By visiting the site, you agree to the processing of your personal data. In case of disagreement, you should leave it. Learn more