This page explains what cookies are, how we use them on our Site and your options for controlling them. We will display our cookie prompt once when you visit our Site. If you send us a request in relation to activity logging on our Site as explained in the table below, this will apply to your use of our Site so you only need to make one request.

What are cookies? Cookies are pieces of information which include a unique reference code that a website transfers to your device to store and sometimes track information about you. A number of cookies we use last only for the duration of your web session (“session cookies”) and expire when you close your browser. Other cookies are used, for example, to remember you when you return to the site and will last for longer (“persistent cookies”). Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer. They are uniquely assigned to your device and are sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit (if they last longer than a web session) or to another website that recognises that cookie. Some of the cookies used by our Site are set by us, and some are set by third parties who are delivering services (such as interest based advertising and web analytics) on our behalf.

What do we use cookies for? Some cookies are essential to enable you to move around the website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the website or areas with paid-for content. Without these cookies, some services you have asked for cannot be provided. Because such cookies are essential for using a site, these cookies cannot be turned off without severely affecting your use of the website. Other cookies perform various functions, as the table below explains, together with your options for controlling them. Some cookies may also be controlled by using your web browser settings. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies but, if you prefer, you can change your browser to prevent that or to notify you each time a cookie is set. You can also learn more about cookies in general by visiting which includes additional useful information on cookies and how to block cookies using different types of browser. For more general information about online behavioural (interest based) advertising and how it uses cookies, you may wish to visit


Our cookies and your options:

Type of cookie Example What it does Your options
Functionality _neudata_platform_session The cookie controls the access to the site and its functionality The cookie is necessary for the site to function and can't be turned off
Functionality cookieconsent_dismissed The cookie stores whether you have accepted the cookie policy or not If you remove this cookie, you will be asked to consent to the cookie policy again
Functionality cookieconsent_dismissed The cookie allows you to be logged in subsequently without being asked for credentials again. This cookie is only present if you have requested us to securely remember your identity for subsequent automated logins If you remove this cookie, you will be asked to enter your credentials again


Third party cookies :

Third Party Example What it does Your options
Cloudflare _cfduid The __cfduid cookie is used to override any security restrictions based on the IP address the visitor is coming from. For example, if the visitor is in a coffee shop where there are a bunch of infected machines, but the visitor's machine is known trusted, then the cookie can override the security setting. It does not correspond to any userid in the web application, nor does the cookie store any personally identifiable information. This cookie is strictly necessary for site security operations and can't be turned off.
Google Analytics _ga Google Analytics is a web analytics tool that helps us to understand how our users engage with our websites and so allows us better to tailor our websites to our users’ needs. The tool uses a cookie in order to evaluate use of content and compile reports for us on activity on our Site. See your options there:
Lead Forensics Lead Forensics identifies public IP addresses of visitors to Neudata. The IP address is matched against the organisation registered to that IP address. (Only corporate information is held in the Lead Forensics database, so that individuals are not identified.) Lead Forensics also records the activities undertaken by these visitors on Neudata. If visitors from the same IP address are using different browsers, these visitors can be differentiated. This information is used by us for follow up marketing with relevant persons at the organisations. If you do not want visitors to Neudata from your IP address to be tracked by Lead Forensics, please email us at Please include the following information: The name of the organisation and the public IP address
Mouseflow This website uses Mouseflow: a website analytics tool that provides session replay, heatmaps, funnels, form analytics, feedback campaigns, and similar features/functionality. Mouseflow may record your clicks, mouse movements, scrolling, form fills (keystrokes) in non-excluded fields, pages visited and content, time on site, browser, operating system, device type (desktop/tablet/phone), screen resolution, visitor type (first time/returning), referrer, anonymized IP address, location (city/country), language, and similar meta data. Mouseflow does not collect any information on pages where it is not installed, nor does it track or collect information outside your web browser. If you'd like to opt-out, you can do so at If you'd like to obtain a copy of your data, make a correction, or have it erased, please contact us first or, as a secondary option, contact Mouseflow at

For more information, see Mouseflow’s Privacy Policy at

For more information on Mouseflow and GDPR, visit

If you do not want visitors to Neudata to be tracked by Mouseflow, please email us at Please include the following information: The name of the organisation

If you would like further information or guidance on cookies, please contact us at

Policy last updated: March 2018