Cookie Policy

This document includes the processing of cookie data, to perform an analysis of website traffic and navigation, search parameters, and for statistical purposes. Where not expressly indicated, our Privacy Policy will apply.

The use of these elements implies the processing of users’ personal data by Hiberus and third parties.

In accordance with the provisions of national and European regulations on data protection, Hiberus is entitled to use data storage and retrieval solutions (cookies and similar technologies) as long as specific consent from users is being obtained, after having provided them with clear and complete information on their use.

The user's consent is, therefore, the legal basis that legitimizes both the installation and use of cookies and access and process of the corresponding data. Such consent is obtained through positive action (your consent).

Besides that, we may use cookies that do not require consent to be installed, in particular because they are necessary for technical reasons, to allow communication between the user's equipment and the network, provide a service and / or execute a functionality expressly requested by users.

Additionally, we use third-party cookies for analytical and statistical cookies, in order to identify users with several devices and environments.

For more information on how cookies work, the purposes and cookies specifically used on this website, see the following sections.

What are cookies and what are they used for?

Cookies are files that were stored on the user's computer / smartphone / tablet while browsing a website, including information regarding the user's device and browser, as well as information on searches and other navigation data. These data may be updated and retrieved by the corresponding processor for different purposes, such as obtaining information about users’ preferences, website pages previously visited, date and time, location assigned from the users’ IP address, the frequency and recurrence of visits, the browser or the device from which the visit was made, analytics, technical purposes, etc. Also, depending on the information they contain and the way the device is used, they can be used to re-identify a user.

Cookies may be classified into three different categories:

According to the entity processing them:

a. First-party cookies: those that were sent to your computer from our own domains.

b. Third-party cookies: those that were sent to your computer from a computer or domain that is not managed by us, but by another entity who provides some services to us. For example, those used by Google Analytics or LinkedIn.

According to the period of time they remain activated:

a. Session cookies: temporary cookies that remain in your browser's cookie file until you leave the website.

b. Persistent cookies: those stored on your computer and used by the current browser session and subsequent sessions until they expire.

According to its purposes:

a. Technical cookies: those necessary for the execution of certain website features or for security means.

b. Personalization cookies: those that allow access to a service with predefined characteristics based on your language, browser, regional configuration or other criteria.

c. Analytic cookies: those that allow us to quantify users and perform statistics based on the use of the website and its contents.

d. Advertising cookies: those that allow the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces that could be included in a web page.

Cookies used in this website

Cookie name



Default expiration time

2 years

2 years


Used to distinguish users.

Used to persist session state.


Both used by Google Analytics