Cookie policy

When you visit our site, cookies and other tracking devices may be installed on your computer, smartphone or tablet, subject to your consent. You are invited to give your consent and indicate your preferences either globally for the site, or by cookie category. You have the right to object at any time to the deposit of cookies (with the exception of operating cookies). This page describes Wavestone’s use of cookies on the site when you visit it.


What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file that may be stored in a dedicated space on your terminal’s hard disk* when you use your browser to consult an online service. A cookie file enables its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is stored, for the duration of the cookie’s validity or storage.

* The terminal refers to the hardware equipment (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) that you use to consult or view a site, application, advertising content, etc., on your computer.


Which cookies do we use?

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are necessary for the operation of the website and cannot be deactivated. They do not store any personally identifiable data.

The list of cookies, affiliation, purpose and retention period is currently being updated.


Site performance cookies

We use analytical cookies for statistics and research. We use Google Analytics and Matomo to track the use and performance of our site, to compile statistics and volumes of visits and use of its various elements (content visited, path taken) and to enable us to improve the interest of our content (pages or sections most often consulted, articles most frequently read, etc.).

The list of site performance cookies, affiliation, purpose and retention period is currently being updated.


Marketing cookies

On certain pages, our site contains cookies emitted by our marketing tools Salesforce/Pardot and Microsoft Dynamics to enable you to subscribe to our newsletters, find out about our events and register or give you access to documentary resources. They facilitate communication between you and Wavestone. The issue and use of these cookies are subject to the policies of these third parties. We invite you to consult their sites for more information.

The list of marketing cookies, affiliation, purpose and retention period is currently being updated.


Social network cookies

We use cookies from third-party platforms (LinkedIn, Facebook, Youtube) in order to provide you with information on these social networks, job offers and Wavestone recruitment news best suited to your profile and interests. They also make it easier to contact you for recruitment purposes.

The list of social network cookies, affiliation, purpose and retention period is currently being updated.


How to refuse/delete cookies

The registration of a cookie in a terminal is essentially subject to the will of the terminal user, which can be expressed and modified at any time and free of charge.

A consent banner is displayed at the bottom of the page when you first visit our website, and can also be accessed via the “Cookie settings” button, which is always present at the bottom left of the page.

You can, however, refuse to accept cookies on your terminal, or delete any that are stored, by adjusting your browser settings.

Most browsers accept cookies by default. However, you can choose to block cookies or have your browser warn you when a site tries to set a cookie on your terminal. To change your browser’s cookie management settings, go to the Privacy tab. To manage cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in your browser’s help menu, which will tell you how to modify your cookie preferences:


For Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, click on the Tools button, then on Internet Options.

In the General tab, under Browsing history, click on Settings.

Click on the View files button.

Click on the Name column header to sort all files alphabetically, then scroll down the list until you see files beginning with the prefix “Cookie”. (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie).


For Firefox

Go to the browser’s “Tools” tab, then select the “Options” menu.

In the window that appears, select “Privacy” and click on “Show cookies”.

Locate, select and delete files.


For Safari

In your browser, choose Edit > Preferences.

Click on Security.

Click on Show cookies.

Select the cookies and click on Delete or Delete all.

After deleting cookies, click on Done.


For Google Chrome

Click on the Tools menu icon.

Select Options.

Click on the Advanced Options tab and access the “Privacy” section.

Click on the Show cookies button.

Select and delete them.

Click on “Close” to return to your browser

Flash”© cookies from “Adobe Flash Player™”.


“Adobe Flash Player”™ is a computer application that enables the rapid development of dynamic content using the “Flash” computer language. Flash (and similar applications) memorizes the settings, preferences and use of these contents thanks to a technology similar to cookies. However, “Adobe Flash Player™” manages this information and your choices via an interface different from that provided by your browser software.

If your terminal is likely to view content developed using Flash, we invite you to access your Flash cookie management tools directly from the website.


More information on cookies

For more information on cookies, please visit the CNIL website.


Page updated 05/24/2024