What are cookies?

Cookies are small files designed to hold information specific to website visitors.  The information can be held by a webserver or a computer.


How do cookies work?

The information stored by cookies allows people to use the details to tailor pages specific to users or the page can use the data in the cookie to carry information from one visit to the website or related site, to the next.

Cookies only use data that has been volunteered by the user or that a webserver already has stored.


Which cookies are we using?

There are cookies present on that relate to Google Analytics, Lead Forensics and the browsing sessions itself. 

Each whitepaper downloaded on requires registration to access and registration for the seminar requires a form to be completed, however no personal data is retained by the website.  The registration forms for whitepapers and seminar registrations are sent directly to marketing by email.


Web Analytics

GO INSPIRE uses Google Analytics for the purpose of monitoring website performance and at no point will Google Analytics be used to track or collect personally identifiable information of visitors to the site.

We may also collect information about Your IP address which may be used to detect the organisation or ISP connecting to the site.

If you are a known contact or customer of GO INSPIRE you may be identified as having visited the site by virtue of either clicking through on emails, logging in or registering to use the service.


Disabling Google Analytics

Google Analytics can be disabled across all websites by going to


How can these cookies be disabled?

Information on deleting or controlling cookies is available at