Cookie Policy

This policy explains what cookies are used by this site, please see our privacy policy for what data is collected and how it is used.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small bits of text data that are stored on your devices when using webservices such as email or websites. They are widely used to remember your site preferences or login information for ease of access. Cookies are split into two types. Session cookies expire as soon as you close your browser. Persistant cookies do not expire or expire after some amount of time. Additionally cookies can originate from the site being visited (First-Party cookies) or from an external site (Third-Party cookies). First party cookies are used to store information regarding the current website and third party cookies are generally used to tracking and analytical purposes.

How do we use cookies?

IASC uses only first-party cookies for the purpose of maintaining login and user state. These cookies will be created when logging into your account and may or may not expire when your session ends depending upon your preferences. All cookies that we use are strictly necessary for the functionality of the site.

What cookies could you receive from IASC

Below are the cookies that you may acquire from using the IASC website.

Cookie NameCookie Purpose
.AspNet.ApplicationCookie This maintains a login over multiple sessions. It will have an expiration date of one month since last login and contains an encrypted authentication token
__RequestVerificationToken This cookie maintains login and authentication for the current session. It also stores some encrypted data for use in the website. It will expire when your session ends.

Can you opt out of cookies?

Most browsers allow the ability to remove or restrict cookies manually or via a set of criteria. This may require third party plugins or use of a developer environment. Please consult your browser's help guide in order to determine how to do this. Please be aware that you will not be able to use IASC's services without the use of cookies.