Cookie Policy

OUR USE OF COOKIES AND OTHER INFORMATION-GATHERING TECHNOLOGIES

A “cookie” is a small text file which is stored on the user’s hard drive or mobile device. Cookies perform a number of functions associated with browsing websites and are used for a variety of different purposes, such as tracking users from page to page on an internet site, thereby enhancing a user’s browsing experience. They are generated by web servers when the user enters an internet page, and are passed to the user’s computer or mobile device and stored for subsequent future access.

We only use cookies in certain areas of this website (the “axiom Website”) and the purposes for which they are used are detailed below. You are not obliged to accept a cookie and you can modify your browser so that it will not accept cookies. However, if you do so this may affect your browsing experience and certain functions within the website may not work.

The axiom Website uses the following cookies:

SESSION COOKIES

Session cookies are used to temporarily store information about logged in users. These cookies do not collect information from the user’s computer, and do not identify the user. We use the following session cookies:

axiom_protected_area_consent, this cookie is only on asset management page to allow visitors to retain state throughout the visit and see restricted information.

ACCEPTANCE OF COOKIES

We use “viewed_cookie_policy” to record whether a user has accepted the cookie policy. The cookies expire one year after the last page was requested.

GENERIC GOOGLE ANALYTICS COOKIES (_GA,_GID)

These cookies are used by Google Analytics, which monitors traffic levels, search queries and visits to our website. Google Analytics stores internet protocol (“IP”) addresses on its servers in the US. An IP address is a unique number assigned to each device (such as your computer) that allows it to communicate with other devices on a computer network (such as modems, printers or other computers). Neither axiom nor Google associate your IP address with any information that can identify the user personally. These cookies enable Google to determine whether you are a return visitor to the site, and to track the pages that you visit during your session