You should read this Cookie Notice alongside our Website Terms for the use of our Websites https://tradeinformationnetwork.io/website_term and our Privacy Notice https://tradeinformationnetwork.io/privacy.
Cookies are small piece of data (alphanumeric files) that are placed on your device when you visit websites. They are commonly used to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information about your use of the website and display content and advertising that is relevant to you. Other, similar, technologies can also be used to achieve these outcomes. This could include, for example, SDK tools (which are used on mobile apps), tracking pixels, advertising IDs, social media plug- ins, HTML local storage, Local Shared Objects and device fingerprinting techniques. In this Cookie Notice, we will use the term “Cookies” to refer to both cookies and similar technologies.
Where we, Trade Information Network Limited, place Cookies on your device, these are called first party Cookies.
Some Cookies will stay on your device only for as long as you are accessing our Websites during a single browsing session and so are temporary. These are known as session cookies. Other Cookies are stored on your device for longer periods to enable our Websites to “remember” you and your preferences. These are known as persistent cookies.
All of the Cookies we use are strictly necessary for our Websites to operate effectively.Strictly necessary Cookies
These are Cookies and similar technologies which are essential for our Websites to operate. For example, Cookies that are used to remember the goods you put in your shopping cart or to help a webpage load quickly.The cookies we use
The following is the information about the cookies we use and why:Main Landing Site (tradeinformationnetwork.io) cookies:
For the main site we don’t use any cookie to store any kind of information.Platform site (tradeinformationnetwork.com) cookies:
Here are the strictly necessary Cookies we use and why. The cookies below are first party cookies.
|Cookie name||Purpose||Expiry period|
|SID||Contains information to identify currently active Okta Sessions||Session|
|DT||Contains information to identify device used for multi-factor authentication (MFA) flows||2years|
|proximity_||Contains information related to the security image used for authentication||1 year|
|oktaStateToken||State Token used for primary authentication flows.||1hr|
|idx||Contains session cookie for Identity Engine workflows||Session|
|okta-oauth-state||Stores state for Open ID Connect (OIDC) flows||Session|
|okta-oauth-redirect-params||Stores redirect Params for OIDC flows||Session|
|okta-oauth-nonce||Stores nonce for OIDC flows||Session|
|Okta_Verify_Autopush||Remembers Auto-push settings used for Okta Verify||1 year|
|JSESSIONID||Unused / Auto-generated by server container||Session|
|T||Contains information used by the Spring UI framework components||Session|
|MDMOktaMobileId||Contains information used in Mobile Device Management flows||5 years|
|Lu||Last username remembered||Session|
|Autolaunch_triggered||Contains Settings information for auto-launching apps||Session|
|OKTA_IWA_SSO_SESSION_COOKIE||Stores IWA authentication information||1 minute|
|ASP.NET_SessionId||This cookie is set by the underlying technology (Microsoft ASP.NET) used to run the web application, or by OutSystems (Java). It assigns an identification number to each visitor so they can navigate the site correctly.||Session|
|DEVICES_TYPE||Cookie used to determine which device type is accessing the app (phone, tablet, desktop etc.).||360 days|
|RT||Contains redirect URL information for logout||10 min|
|Users.sid||Used in conjunction with the Session Id cookie in order to prevent session fixation vulnerabilities.||Session|
|osVisit||Each time the end-user accesses a web page and this cookie does not exist yet, the cookie is created and set with a unique value, representing that the visitor accessed the site. This cookie is set to expire after 30 minutes, so that if the visitor leaves the web application and then returns 30 minutes later, a new visit session is started.||30 min|
|osVisitor||The first time the end-user accesses the web site, a unique value is stored in this cookie.||Permanent|
|pageLoadedFromBrowserCache||Cookie used to ensure that, in pages where a feedback message is displayed, if the users clicks the back button, they will not be shown the same feedback messages again.||Session|
Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. Find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers:
If you use a smart phone, you can usually prevent cross-site tracking and block Cookies in the settings section on your device. You may also be able to visit websites without leaving a history by turning private browsing on. You should visit the support section of the website of your device for more information on how to do this.
We will inform you of any changes to this Cookie Notice by posting them on this page and updating the Cookie Table above. While will endeavour to update this Notice promptly, there may be a short delay between the deployment of the cookie and the time of the update. Further, if you notice a discrepancy between a cookie on your device and the information set out in this policy, please let us know by contacting us as per section 6 below.
This version of our Cookie Notice was uploaded on 17th July 2021.
If you have any further questions in relation to this Cookie Notice, please contact us at email@example.com.