The data controller of the site is the NSA Group (NSA SPA, NSA SRL, NSA SOLUZIONI ASSICURATIVE SPA, ALA SRL), with shared offices in Milan (MI) via P. Mascagni 15, Milan (MI) via Conservatorio 30, Castel Mella (BS) via O. Fallaci 38, tel .: 03040265, mail:, VAT number and tax code 02229510983, REA MI-1915760.

The Data Protection Officer can be contacted at the email address:

For all third party services over which we do not have direct control, instead, refer to their privacy and cookie management policies that you find linked in the various sections of this cookie policy.

This cookie policy also refers to our privacy policy. If you have any doubts or want to get a complete picture of the situation, read that too.

What are cookies?

In general, cookies are small text files that some services use to save and store some navigation data. For example, cookies can be used to save the products you have in your cart while you shop online or to keep yourself logged in to a site even if you close it and then come back after a while.

Cookies are saved on the browser you are using at that precise moment to navigate: therefore they refer to that particular browser, not to the person who is using it at that moment. If you want to know more about cookies you can watch this short video made by the Guarantor for the protection of personal data.

To find out more about cookies and how they work, visit the website or

What types of cookies exist?

Cookies are usually classified into the following categories:

First-party cookies: cookies set by the website visited by the user, for example those set by the NSA Group if you view its site.

Third-party cookies: cookies set by a domain other than the website visited by the user.

Session cookies: they are active only during a browser session. They allow the connection of all the activities carried out by the user during the browser session. Session cookies are deleted when the browser is closed.

Permanent cookies: they remain on the PC even after the end of the browser session. They are reactivated at each subsequent visit to the site from which they come, and remain for a long time on the hard disk of the terminal. Persistent cookies can remain on your computer for days, months or even years.

Which cookies are used specifically on our site?

WordPress plugin
At this time, cookies are blocked using a WordPress plugin called GDPR Cookie Consent and allows the user to accept or not accept all cookies in bulk. The user must explicitly accept cookies by clicking where it says "I accept cookies".

WordPress cookie
The site uses the features of WordPress - here is its privacy policy. WordPress uses cookies to work. If the user does not accept cookies, some features of the site and WordPress may not work properly.

Session cookies
Cookie name: PHPSESSID
Expiration date: Browser session - End of session (60 min.)
Purpose: "Session cookies" are used to improve our services for visitors and facilitate navigation on our pages. The deletion or blocking of these cookies does not affect the use of the site or its functions.

First party cookies

Cookie name: DisplayCookieConsent
Expiration date: 12 Months
Purpose: Used to keep track of the user's consent and possibly not to repeat the brief information on future pages or possibly on the user's second visit.

Cookie name: _ga
Expiry date: 2 years

Cookie name: _gat
Expiry date: 10 minutes

Cookie name: _id
Expiry date: 24 hours

Google Analytics
The NSA Group site also includes certain components transmitted by Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google, Inc. ("Google"). Also in this case these are third-party cookies collected and managed anonymously to monitor and improve the performance of the host site.


Social network cookies
They are used for sharing content on social networks.
You will find below the name of the third parties that manage them, and for each of them the link to the page where you can receive information on the processing and express your consent.
YouTube cookies are used

How can I change my cookie settings?
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Further information on changing cookie settings are available at the following links:
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