1. introduction

The Cookies Policy is a complementary document to the Privacy Policy and aims to define its meaning, use, performance, management and configuration of the cookies used in Delphos applications and institutional website.

2. Definition

Cookies are small text files or information fragments that are downloaded to your computer, smartphone or any other device with internet access when you visit Delphos applications. These files contain information about your navigation on our webpage and applications and use only those related to your access preferences.

In this way, we are able to store and retrieve data about users’ browsing habits, in order to improve, for example, the user experience. It is important to emphasize that Delphos’ systems do not use and do not contain specific personal information, such as sensitive personal or banking data.

3. Types of Cookies

Cookies can be defined:

3.1 As to proprietary:

– Proprietary cookies: these are cookies set by Delphos itself or by third parties on behalf of the Organization.

– Third-party cookies: are cookies set by third parties used in Delphos applications.

3.2 As to lifetime:

– Session or temporary cookies: are cookies that expire as soon as the browser is closed, ending the session.

– Persistent or permanent cookies: these are cookies that remain on the device for a period determined by the Organization or until the user deletes them.

3.3 With regard to purpose:

– Necessary cookies: these are essential cookies that enable navigation and access to all the features of Delphos applications; without them, the services contained therein may not work or perform poorly.

– Performance cookies: these are cookies that optimize the way the applications work by collecting anonymous information about the pages accessed.

– Functionality cookies: these are cookies that remember user preferences and choices (such as login).

– Advertising cookies: these are cookies that target ads based on the user’s interests and limit the number of times the ad appears.

4. Use of Cookies

Cookies are used to facilitate navigation in the applications and adapt them to the needs and interests of users, based on their navigation choices and behavior. The user can change their usage settings and manage the permission granted for each cookie in their browser as they see fit.

4.1 Required Cookies

Cookie Time Property Description

Third Party Temporary Java Servlet This is created when the user logs in with a web application, and is used to uniquely identify the user’s session on the server. This cookie is important for the security of the web application as it helps ensure that user requests are processed correctly and that user information is not shared across sessions.

4.2 Performance Cookies

Cookie Time Property Description

Google Analitcs Permanent Third-party Used to collect information about how visitors interact with the website. It contains a unique identifier that is used to track user activity, which pages they visited and how long they spent on the site. This information is used by the owners of the site to improve the user experience and optimize the performance of the site.

4.3 Functionality Cookies


Time – Permanent

Property Description – Owner Allows users to personalize their user experience by remembering the user’s display name preference and making it easier for the user to connect with others on the site.

4.4 Advertising Cookies

Cookie – Google AdSense

Time – Permanent

Property Description – Third-party Used to track ad conversions on the site and provide more accurate advertising analytics and campaign performance information.

5. Cookie Management

Although most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies automatically, you may set the permissions at any time and without charge to block, accept, or decline cookies. However, revoking the consent of certain cookies may make it impossible for some features of the platform to work properly.

To manage browser cookies, the user can do so directly in the browser settings, in the cookie management area, according to the tutorials on the subject, directly in the links below:

If you use Internet Explorer.

If you use Firefox.

If you use Safari.

If you use Google Chrome.

If you use Microsoft Edge.

If you use Opera.

6. Final provisions

For Delphos, privacy and trust are fundamental to our relationship with customers and partners. The company seeks to be compliant with data protection law by observing the guidelines and regulations issued by the ANPD.

Thus, Delphos reserves the right to change and update this Cookies Policy at any time, without prior notice.
It is essential to read the Privacy Policy available on the institutional site.