Cookie policy


Cookies are small data- or text files that are placed on your local computer by websites and applications. Such cookies can have different purposes: there are technical cookies (for example for storing your language settings), session cookies (temporary cookies that expire after one session) and tracking cookies (cookies that follow and maintain your internet behaviour, to be able to offer you a more optimal user experience).

The Belgian Law concerning electronic communication from 13 June 2005 contains some statements around cookies and their use on websites. The law is an interpretation of the European e-Privacy directive, which means that cookie law can be implemented differently in other European member states.

DISA INTERNATIONAL is headquartered in Belgium and as such follows the Belgian law about cookies.


DISA INTERNATIONAL wants to inform every visitor of the platform/the website as well as possible about their rights under Belgian law about cookies, and about which cookies DISA INTERNATIONAL uses. By using the platform/the website the visitor agrees with the use of cookies. Cookies help DISA INTERNATIONAL to optimize your visit to the platform/the website, to remember technical choices (for example a language choice, a newsletter, et cetera) and to show you more relevant services and offerings.

If you wish to consult the platform/the website of DISA INTERNATIONAL, it is advised that cookies are put active. Without active cookies DISA INTERNATIONAL cannot guarantee a problem-free visit to the platform/the website. If you do not wish these cookies, you are – as a visitor – free to turn off cookies.

We use cookies to improve your visit to our platform/our website. The cookies that we use are safe. The information that we collect using cookies helps us to identify possible errors of to show you specific services  which we believe could be important to you.


We differentiate between the following types of cookies, depending on their purpose:

Essential / Strictly required cookies: 

These cookies are required to make the platform/the website function and cannot be turned off in our systems. They are usually only set as a reaction to your actions, for example the setting of your privacy preferences, logging in or filling forms. They are required for a good communication and they ease navigation (for example going to a previous page, etc.).

Non-essential cookies: 

These cookies are not required to make the platform/the website function, but they assist us to offer an improved and personalized website

Functional cookies:

These cookies allow the platform/the website to offer improved functionality and personalisation. They can be set by us or by external providers whose services we have added to our pages.

Analytical cookies:


With these cookies we can track visits and traffic, so that we can measure and improve the performance of our platform/our website. They help us to know which pages are most and least popular and how visitors move through the platform/the website.

Targeting / advertising cookies:


These cookies can be set by our advertising partners via our platform/our website. They can be used by these companies to create a profile of your interests and show you relevant ads on other sites.

We use our own cookies and also cookies from carefully selected partners with whom we cooperate. Below you can find a complete list of cookies that at any given time can be used on our website/platform.

First Party Cookies:


Name cookieType cookie Retention period 
ASP.NET Essential 30 days 
ASP.NET MVC Essential 30 days 
DoubleClick.Net Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
MailChimp Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
jQuery Non-essential - functional 30 days 
jQuery Cookie Non-essential - functional 30 days 
SMTP2GO Non-essential - functional 30 days 
New Relic Non-essential - analytical 30 days 
Pinterest Non-essential - functional 30 days 
Postmark Non-essential - functional 30 days 
Pure Chat Non-essential - analytical 30 days 
Trustpilot Non-essential - analytical 30 days 
Typekit Essential 30 days 
Vimeo Non-essential - analytical 30 days 
YouTube Non-essential - analytical 30 days 


Third party cookies: 


Name cookie Type cookie Retention period 
Facebook Custom Audiences Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
Facebook Domain Insights Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
Facebook Like Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
Facebook Like Button Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
Facebook Pixel Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
Facebook SDK Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
Facebook Signal Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
Facebook for Websites Non-essential – targeting 30 days 



Name cookie Type cookie Retention period 
GStatic Google Static Content Non-essential - analytical 30 days 
Google Analytics Non-essential - analytical 30 days 
Google Conversion Tracking Non-essential - analytical 30 days 
Google Maps Non-essential - functional 30 days 
Google Maps API Non-essential - functional 30 days 
Google Plus One Snippet Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
Google Remarketing Non-essential – targeting 30 days 
Google Tag Manager Non-essential - functional 30 days 


If you wish to turn off specific functionalities in the website, it suffices to contact DISA INTERNATIONAL via 

Please take notice of our Privacy declaration for more information regarding the processing of personal data by DISA INTERNATIONAL.



Please ensure that cookies are turned on in your browser. To enable cookies the following actions have to be taken:

In browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer

  • In Internet Explorer, click on 'Internet options' in the 'Extra' menu.
  • On tab 'Privacy', move the settings-glider to 'low' or ‘accept all cookies' (any setting above 'medium' turns off cookies).
  • Click on 'OK'.

In browser - Mozilla Firefox

  • Click on 'Firefox' in the upper left corner of your browser and then click on 'Options'.
  • On tab 'Privacy', ensure that ‘Inform websites that I do not want to be tracked’ is not set.
  • Click on 'OK'.

In browser - Google Chrome

  • Click on the three dots next to the browser line at the top of your browser window and select 'Options'.
  • Find the section ‘Privacy and security’ and click on ‘content settings’.
  • Click on the option ‘cookies’.
  • Select now 'Allow sites to save and read cookie data’.

In browser - Safari

  • Select ‘Preferences’ in the task menu. (The task menu can be found in the upper right of the Safari-window and looks like a cog / gear, or click on ‘Safari’ in the extended task menu.)
  • Click on the Privacy tab. Find the section called ‘Cookies and other website data’
  • Indicate that you accept cookies.

If you wish to consult the platform/ the website of DISA INTERNATIONAL, it is advisable that cookies are enabled. However, if you wish to not enable cookies, as a visitor you are free to disable cookies via your browser settings. This can be done as follows 

In browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer

  • In Internet Explorer, click on 'Internet options' in the 'Extra' menu.
  • On tab 'Privacy', move the settings-glider to the top to turns off all cookies.
  • Click on 'OK'.

In browser - Mozilla Firefox

  • Click in the menu button and select ‘Preferences’.
  • On tab ‘Privacy & Security’, go to section ‘History.
  • Select next to ‘Firefox will’ the option ‘Use modified settings for history’.
  • Set ‘Accept cookies from 3rd parties’ to ‘Never’.
  • Close the page ‘about: preferences’. Changes that you have applied will automatically be saved.

In browser - Google Chrome

  • Select ‘More settings’ in the browser ribbon.
  • Select at the bottom of the page the option ‘Advanced’.
  • Select at 'Privacy and security' the option ‘Settings for content’.
  • Select ‘Cookies’.
  • Turn off ‘Allow sites to store and read cookie data’.

In browser - Safari

  • Select ‘Preferences’ in the task menu. (The task menu can be found in the upper right of the Safari-window and looks like a cog / gear, or click on ‘Safari’ in the extended task menu.)
  • Click on the Privacy tab. Find the section called ‘Cookies and other website data’
  • Indicate that you do not accept cookies.

Or consult the help-function of your internet browser.


Since cookies can link to the processing of personal data, you as an involved person have the right to correct and safe processing of the personal data. As an involved person, you can exercise the following rights:

  • Right to resist: If there is a serious and justified reason, one can resist the processing of personal data.
  • Right to access: Every involved person that proves their identity, has the right to access information related to the (non)existence of processed personal data, and also the purposes of this processing, the categories of data to which this processing relates and the categories of the data recipients.
  • Right to correct: Incorrect or incomplete personal data can be corrected or even erased at the request of the involved person.

The exercising of these rights happens as determined in our Privacy declaration. More information on the rights of visitors can also be found in the Privacy declaration. Should you still have questions or comments on cookies after reading this Cookie declaration, you have the option to contact us via