Security measures

The administrator applies security measures at the highest level to ensure maximum protection of personal data when using the website. The personal nature of the information provided makes us feel particularly obliged to comply with all norms and restrictive data protection standards. The security applied is based on tested banking systems, that is why we make use of:

  • secure data transmission using HTTPS
  • data encryption using SSL algorithm

We need to point out that the users of are also responsible for the confidentiality of the data entered into the system. Due to the fact that the system is available via the Internet, it is necessary to know and follow the rules for a safe use of the network:

  • HTTPS protocol and SSL algorithm
  • firewall system
  • updated software
  • antivirus programmes
  • automatic session timeout


HTTPS protocol and SSL algorithm

Make sure that HTTPS appears on the browser bar. When connecting to a secure site, the address displayed in the browser should start with the letters: https://, instead of the traditional: http://.

Also pay attention to the status bar of the browser window (lower right corner of the screen). If there is a closed padlock icon, it means a secure encryption using SSL algorithm.

The information transmitted this way is encrypted using a secure 128-bit SSL protocol.

SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a server software that uses encryption protocols. It allows a secure exchange of information between the server and the computer, eliminating the possibility of accessing it by any third party. In web browsers (e.g. Mozilla Firefox) information about the use of SSL is signaled by displaying the closed lock symbol in the address bar, where the https prefix appears additionally. You can check the authenticity of the certificate by double-clicking on the padlock symbol. After clicking on the padlock, verify that the security certificate has been issued for the address of the Service and if it is valid.

Firewall system

Any computer connected to the Internet is exposed to outside danger. By using Firewall, you can increase the security of the data input into the system.

Software update

Software holes can pose a threat to data. Therefore, it is extremely important to update the operating system and software present on the computer. Regularly made updates reduce the number of holes in your system and software, and increase the security of your data.

Antivirus programmes

Viruses can cause huge damage. Using the latest antivirus software, can reduce the risk of any loss.


Below are the most important information about cookies used on the website. At the same time, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that without storing Cookie files and/or similar technologies on your device, we are unable to offer fully functionality of our Website. Therefore, you agree to our use of Cookie files when you use, by using the default browser settings (under Article 173 section 2 of the Telecommunications Law Act). However, you can opt out of these types of files by configuring your browser settings accordingly.

What are Cookie Files?

Cookies are IT data, in particular text files that are stored on the User’s device and are intended for using the Website. Cookies typically include the name of the website they came from, the time they were stored on the device, and a unique number.

What do we use Cookies for?

  • We use them to make easier (more intuitive) to use and to
    match our Websites and our products/services to your interests and needs.
  • Cookies may also be used to make your activities and experiences on our Websites much faster.
  • Cookies also allow you to remember your login sessions, at the same time making it easier to access to content that requires registration.
  • We also use them to compile anonymous statistics that help us understand how people use our pages and help improve their structure and content.
  • Cookies can also be used to customise the content of our Websites according to your preferences and to optimise your use of web pages. In particular, these files allow to recognize the device of the Service User and display a website properly, tailored to his individual needs.
  • Cookies are essential to integrate the site correctly with social networking services such as or

What kind of Cookies do we use?

Two types of cookies are used for “Session Cookies” and “Persistent Cookies”. “Session Cookies” are temporary files that are stored on the User’s device until leaving the website or disabling the software (web browser). “Persistent Cookies” are stored on the User’s device for a period specified in the parameters of cookies or until the User deletes them. Some websites can also collect information using pixel tags (also known as clear gifs), which can also be shared with third parties that directly support our promotional actions and websites development. For example, information on the use of the website by visitors of may be made available to third parties, i.e. advertising agencies for on-page SEO (search engine optimisation) on our websites. This information is not identifiable, however, it may be combined with your personal information.

Types of Cookie FilesWhat does it do?Do these files collect my
personal data/identify me
NecessityThese cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the Service, they allow to navigate our website and use its elements. Examples include memorising previous actions (e.g. open texts) while returning to the page in the same session.These files do not identify you personally. If you do not accept these cookies, this may affect the proper using of the page or its part.
EfficiencyThese cookies help us understand how visitors interact with our website, by providing information about the areas they visited, the time they spent on the website and the problems they encountered on it, such as error messages. This helps us improve the functioning of our website. For this purpose, we use Google Analytics monitoring toolThese cookies do not identify you personally. All data is collected and aggregated anonymously.
FunctionalityThese cookies allow our websites to remember your choices (such as your username, language, or region) to deliver more personalised online functionalities. They also allow visitors to watch videos and animations, use social tools such as blogs, chats and forums.The data collected by these files may also include the information that you can identify and which you share yourself, such as your username. We will always be honest with you about the data we collect, what we do with it and who we share it with. If you do not enable these files, this may affect the operation of the website and its functionality and may restrict access to its content
SecurityCookies used to ensure security, e.g. used to detect authentication abuse on the WebsiteThe data collected by these files may also include the information that you can identify and which you share yourself, such as your username.
SEO/advertisingThese cookies are used to provide you with content according to your interests and searched information. They can be used to display certain advertisements or limit the number of displaying a given advertisement. They also help us measure the effectiveness of a given advertising campaign on, and more. We may use these Cookies to remember the websites you visit and we may share this information with other websites, including advertisers and our agencies.Most types of these files track customers using their IP address, so some personal data may be collected. For more detailed information about these files, including what data is collected and how they are used, please refer to the paragraphs below.

Can I control or delete Cookie files?

In many cases, web browsing software (web browser) allows you to store Cookies files on your device by default. The Users of the Website may change the Cookie settings at any time. These settings may be changed in such a way, as to block the automatic Cookie files support in the web browser, or to inform the User each time about storing them on the User’s device. Detailed information on Cookies support is available in the software settings (web browser). Please refer to your browser’s instructions or help, to learn how to customise or change your browser settings. If you block the Cookies we use, this may result in the lower quality of, for example, visiting certain areas of our website will not be available or you will not receive personalised information while browsing. If you use different devices to browse (e.g. computer, tablet or smartphone) you need to make sure that each browser on each device is set according to your preferences.

If you allow Cookies to be used by our website, make sure they are enabled in your browser. For that purpose follow these steps:

Google Chrome
1. Click on the menu on the browser toolbar and select “Settings”.
2. Click “Show Advanced Settings” and in the “Privacy” tab select the “Content Settings” button.
3. Now select “Allow data storage locally”.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0
1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select “Internet Options”, then click on the “Privacy” tab
2. Make sure your privacy level is set to Medium or below, allowing you to support Cookies in your browser.
3. Settings above the average level will disable Cookies support.

Mozilla Firefox
1. Click the “Firefox” button (in Windows XP, click the “Tools” menu) at the top of the browser window and select “Options”.
2. Select the “Privacy” panel.
3. From the “Firefox will” drop-down menu, select the option “Use custom settings for history”.
4. Select “Accept cookies from sites”.

1. Click on the “Menu” at the top of the browser window and select “Settings”.
2. Select “Preferences” and then the “Advanced” tab.
3. Select “Accept cookies”.

1. Click the gear icon at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”.
2. Click on “Security.”
3. In the “Cookies and website data” area, select “Allow from websites I visit”.

How to manage cookies on MAC computers

If you allow Cookies to be used by our website, make sure they are enabled in your browser. For that purpose follow these steps:

Microsoft Internet Explorer na OSX
1. Click the “Explorer” button at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”.
2. Scroll down until you see “Cookies.”
3. Select “Never Ask”.

Safari na OSX
1. Click on “Safari” at the top of the browser window and select “Settings”.
2. Click on “Security” and then “Cookies and website data”.
3. Select “Allow from websites I visit”.

Mozilla i Netscape na OSX
1. Click on “Mozilla” or “Netscape” at the top of the browser window and select “Settings”.
2. Scroll down until you see Cookies under “Privacy and Security.”
3. Select “Accept cookies from sites”

Do we use Cookie files?

We use the services of many providers who can also set up Cookie files on our behalf when you visit They allow them to provide you with their services. To learn more about these files or how to opt out of receiving them, please read the information below.

When you visit, you can receive cookies from third parties — their websites or domains. We try to identify these files before they come into use so that you can decide for yourself whether you want to enable them or not. More information about these Cookies may be available on third-party websites.