For example, the text file or cookie may be an individual identification number that the website assigns to a computer. This identification number is sent to the website if the computer accesses the website again. This is how website operators collate their visitor numbers and statistics.
Why are cookies important for the use of Chubb websites?
Types of Cookies
Cookies may be either "persistent" cookies or "session" cookies. This website uses both persistent and session cookies.
A persistent cookie consists of a text file sent by a web server to a web browser, which allows us to collect and analyze (on an anonymous basis) traffic and use of this website, monitor the system and improve operating performance, for example, store your preferences to enhance your subsequent visits. It will not be automatically deleted when the browser is closed but is stored by the browser and will remain valid until its set expiry date (unless deleted by the user before the expiry date).
A session cookie is essential to ensure the correct functioning of this website and is used to manage registration/login and access to reserved features. It is stored temporarily during a browsing session will expire at the end of the user session, when the web browser is closed. This website uses both persistent and session cookies.
It is also important to be aware that some cookies (which are generally session cookies) are what is known as strictly necessary. Strictly necessary cookies enable you to move around the website and use features which you have explicitly requested. You can disable other forms of cookie whilst allowing strictly necessary cookies.
A complete list of the cookies we use is set out in at the end of this policy. This list (together with the rest of this policy) is subject to change from time to time.
This website makes use of retargeting technologies that are administered by other operators. Through retargeting, users of our website who have shown an interest in our services can be approached with personalized advertisements. The targeting of advertisements is based on the analysis of cookies that display a user's conduct. If you do not agree with this form of advertising, please disable Targeting Cookies.
Your Cookie Choices
You can enable or disable cookies by clicking on Cookie Settings in cookie pop up message. This allows you to reject the placement of all cookies (except strictly necessary cookies). You can also delete cookies which have already been placed on your device by adjusting your browser settings.
Please remember that disabling or deleting some or all cookies may prevent some web services (including on this website) from functioning correctly, and may lead to a less smooth or less personalised browsing experience.
For further general information on cookies and more detailed advice on how to disable and enable them please go to https://www.allaboutcookies.org.
Opting-out of Third Party Ad Networks
You have the ability to opt out of many third-party ad networks. For example, you may go to the Digital Advertising Alliance (“DAA”) Consumer Choice Page for information about opting out of interest-based advertising and their choices regarding having information used by DAA companies. You may also go to the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”) Consumer Opt-Out Page for information about opting out of interest-based advertising and their choices regarding having information used by NAI members.
Opting out from one or more companies listed on the DAA Consumer Choice Page or the NAI Consumer Opt-Out Page will opt you out from those companies’ delivery of interest-based content or ads to you, but it does not mean you will no longer receive any advertising through our Website or on other websites. You may continue to receive advertisements, for example, based on the particular website that you are viewing (i.e., contextually based ads). Also, if your browsers are configured to reject cookies when you opt out on the DAA or NAI websites, your opt out may not be effective. Additional information is available on the DAA’s website at www.aboutads.info or the NAI’s website at www.networkadvertising.org.