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These cookies are essential, as they enable you to move around the site and use its features. Rileys IHC uses authentication cookies to remember who you are and what your credentials are, and will either deny or grant you access to different parts of the site. A session cookie is used to increase security of the site by protecting against cross site request forgery attacks. We use persistent cookies for remembering that you’re signed in, so you don’t need to log in every time you visit.
|Strictly Necessary Cookies
|Used to identify a session for a user.
|Used to provide protection against cross site request forgery attacks.
|Utilised when a user selects the "remember me" option on login. It allows a user to remain logged in until they manually log out.