Last Updated: October 2023

Providentia provides this Cookie Policy as part of its privacy program to assist Website Users in making informed choices about the use of their data. This Cookie Policy provides Website Users with the information necessary to understand what cookies are, how Providentia uses those cookies to improve your website experience and interaction with our services, and how you, the individual, can choose which cookies to enable and disable to protect your information.

    1. What Are Cookies and What Type of Cookies do we Collect?
    2. Cookies are tiny files that are downloaded to your computer to enhance your experience and provide certain information to cloud systems to tell the system how to process your personal data. It is common practice for most professional websites to uses cookies to assist in system improvement, but more importantly to provide the individual with real choices for how Providentia uses a Website Users’ personal information. Providentia collects the following cookies:

      • Functional Cookies – These are essential and necessary files for the website to function properly and are needed to secure and protect the website and the information processed by it. These tiny files allow Providentia’s website to remember individual’s site preferences and choices they make including username, region, and language, if the user chooses to set these preferences. This allows the website to provide personalized features based on your cookie selections.
      • Statistics Cookies – These cookies track performance and may create local profiles to send advertising, or to track the user on a website or across several websites.
      • Marketing Cookies – These cookies are generated not by the Providentia website but by a third-party using advertisements, targeting pixels or similar processing mechanisms. These cookies primarily collect marketing-relevant information such as age, origin, gender, and user behavior data.

    3. How Do We Use Cookies?
    4. We use cookies to let Providentia know when you have visited the website property and how you interacted with the website. Providentia collects these cookies to enrich and personalize your experience on our websites. Our websites may collect IP address, browser type, Internet Service Provider, referring/exit pages, operating systems, date/time stamps, and clickstream data. This data is used for website security purposes, as well as to recognize your device, facilitate navigation, track an individual’s movement around the website, gather non-individualized demographic data, display information more effectively, to gather statistical information, and personalize your experience. We do not link data stored in cookies to you to personal information you submit through LinkedIn.

    5. The Cookies We Set
    6. When you create an account with us, we will use cookies for the management of the signup process and general administration. These cookies will usually be deleted when you log out however in some cases, they may remain afterwards to remember your site preferences.

      We use both session cookies and persistent cookies. We use session cookies to make it easier for you to navigate Providentia’s websites. A session cookie expires when you close your browser. Providentia also uses persistent cookies, which remain on your hard drive for an extended period of time. Persistent cookies can be removed by changing browser settings, as described in the “Disabling Cookies” section. Persistent cookies assist us in securely storing your password, so you only have to enter it once, as well allowing us to track and target your interests to enhance your experience on Providentia’s websites.

    7. Third Party Cookies
    8. Providentia, and our partners, use cookies or similar technologies to analyze trends, website administration, tracking the movement of users through our websites, and gathering non-individualized demographic data. Additionally, third-party cookies are also used to provide certain information from a partner website at your request. You can control your cookie choices as described in the “Disabling Cookies” Section. You can also control cookies by disabling Statistics and Marketing cookies within the cookie mechanism.

      Providentia partners and service providers may use session cookies to anonymously track page interactions to improve your site experience. Our third-party partners employ images and scripts that help manage content on our site. For example we use LinkedIn and Google Analytics, partners who track non-personally identifiable information about visitors to Providentia’s website in the aggregate to improve the end user experience.

      Providentia may partner with third parties to provide certain features to the websites or display advertising based on your web browsing activity. These third-party cookies are generally known as Flash cookies to collect and store information. These types of cookies may be disabled as described in the “Disabling Cookies” section. Providentia’s third-party partners do not tie the data gathered back to your personal information.

      You can control the following specific third- party cookies through the third-party’s personal data governance processes. By using any of the third parties listed below you consent to the third-party cookie on this website.

      LinkedIn: If you log into this website through a LinkedIn profile or choose to apply to a job application via a LinkedIn profile, LinkedIn will use a third-party cookie on this website.

    9. Disabling Cookies
    10. Statistics and Marketing cookies can be controlled through the cookie mechanism. Furthermore, cookies may be controlled from your browser-level settings. You can prevent the setting of cookies by adjusting the settings on your browser (See your browser Help for how to do this).

    11. Changes to the Cookie Notice
    12. Providentia may update the Cookie Notice from time to time. You can see the “Last Updated” date at the top of this page. We advise that you review our Cookie Notice on a regular basis so that you are aware of any changes.

    13. Contact Information
    14. If you have any questions about this Cookie Notice or any privacy concerns, please contact us at