- Web statistics
- Newsletter og sign ups to the FFI-forum
- Contact Forms
- Social media
- External links
- 3rd party connections
FFI uses Siteimprove to collect anonymized information about visitors to ffi.no. None of the information can be traced back to the individual visitor.
The information collected includes statistics on which pages are visited, how long the visit lasts and which browser the visitor uses.
The purpose of collecting these statistics is to improve the website to provide you as visitor a good experience and to make sure you find the information you are looking for. Examples of this may be to make a well-visited page more easily accessible.
The statistics are also used for annual reporting.
Cookies are small text files that are downloaded on your computer when you visit a website. FFI uses such cookies to investigate whether a user has been on the website before, to distinguish between humans and robots, to generate statistics, to analyse web traffic, and to optimize the functionality of the website and user experience.
If you choose not to download cookies from ffi.no, the functionality and experience of the website may be limited.
These cookies are used at ffi.no:
- _cfduid – is used to distinguish individual users with the same IP address from each other.
- nmstat – is a cookie from Siteimprove used for analyzing content and traffic and for performance measurements.
- rc::b – is a cookie from Google used to distinguish humans from robots when submitting a form, protecting ffi.no from spam.
- rc::[x2] – is a cookie from Google used to distinguish humans from robots when submitting a form, protecting ffi.no from spam.
- rc::d-# – is a cookie from Google used to distinguish humans from robots when submitting a form, protecting ffi.no from spam.
- session – is a cookie from Mailmojo. It temporarily stores information when you sign up for the newsletter. Information is stored on the ,mailmojo.no domain.
You can subscribe to newsletters from FFI. The company Mailmojo delivers the solution for newsletters and is the data processor for the newsletters. In order to send e-mails to the right recipient, we need to store your name and email address.
We also collect information regarding user activity in relation to the newsletter – if it is opened or not, as well as clicks – as well as your visit to ffi.no. This tracking starts automatically when you visit ffi.no, unless you have turned of cookies in your web browser. We store this information in a separate database located in the EU/EEA area. You can ask us to delete the information connected to your profile at any time, without cancelling your subscription.
We do not share your information with others and delete it when you cancel your subscription. Your information will only be used to manage sending newsletters and invitations to events. You can unsubscribe at any time by following a link from the newsletter.
We use CheckIn for event management. At events we need to have the name and email of the participants. The purpose of this is to manage registration and to know how many people we will receive and serve at the event. In addition, you can choose to register the name of your employer.
After the event, enrollment data is used for statistics and sometimes to send surveys to evaluate the events. All registration data is then deleted.
The submitter of the contact form must provide contact information so that we can follow up the inquiry. They will not be used for other purposes and will not be shared with others. We store the information in a separate database within the EEA.
FFI uses SurveyMonkey or Confirmit to conduct surveys and other data collection from our users. Participating in such a survey is voluntary and relies on consent in each case. In order to send electronic surveys to the right recipient, we need to store your name and email address.
FFI has routines for deleting all data after the events are completed, the survey is performed and the correct statistics have been removed.
ffi.no contains services that allow you to share content on social media. These services are located with a third party and are not controlled by FFI.
Your use of such services is governed by the privacy statement of the company that provides them. You can read more about privacy on Facebook and Twitter's websites.
Links on ffi.no may send you to websites that are outside the control of FFI. Please note that these websites may operate with their own privacy and security practices.
At ffi.no there may be links to third party providers. Such links may be services and features that the system ffi.no runs on are dependent on.
FFI does not share any information or data about its users to third party providers.
The data controller at FFI is the data protection officer, which can be contacted at [email protected]
Effective from: 23.08.2019