Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Protections used

The administrator applies security measures at the highest level to ensure maximum protection of personal data while using the web page Personal nature of information provided causes that we feel particularly obliged to comply with all norms and restrictive standards for data protection. The protections applied by us are patterned on verified banking systems. Therefore, we use:

  • safe transmission of data with the use of HTTPS protocol
  • data encryption using SSL algorithm

We would like to emphasise that users of the system also bear responsibility for secrecy and confidentiality of data entered into the system. Due to the fact that the system is available via the Internet, it is necessary to know and comply with the following rules on safe use of the network:

  • HTTPS protocol and SSL algorithm
  • firewall
  • up-to-date software
  • antivirus programs
  • automatic session expiry

HTTPS protocol and SSL algorithm

Before you login, check if HTTPS protocol is displayed in the bar of your browser during connection with a safe website. An address displayed in the browser should start with letters https://, in place of the traditional beginning http://.

Pay attention to the status bar of the browser window (right lower corner of the screen) too. If there is an icon of
a locked padlock there, this means safe encryption by means of SSL algorithm.

Information submitted in this way is encrypted using a secure 128-bit SSL protocol.

SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is the software operating on the server which uses encrypting protocols. It allows for secure exchange of information between the server and the computer, eliminating the possibility of unauthorised access. In web browsers (e.g. Mozilla Firefox), the information that SSL protocol is used by the site is indicated by the symbol of a locked padlock displayed in the address bar where https prefix is additionally shown. You can check the authenticity of a certificate by double clicking on the padlock symbol. After clicking on the padlock, check whether the security certificate was issued for the Website address and whether it is valid.


Each computer connected to the Internet is exposed to threats from outside. While using the Firewall, you increase security of data typed to the system

Software update

Vulnerabilities in software may pose a threat to data. Therefore, it is extremely significant to update the operating system and programs in a computer. Regular updates reduce vulnerabilities in the system and software contributing to increased security of your data.

Antivirus programs

Viruses may cause enormous damage. By using the latest antivirus program, you can decrease the risk of losses.

Cookie files

The most important information on cookie files used on the Website is available below. At the same time we would like to draw your attention to the fact that without placing Cookie files and/or similar technologies in your device we are unable to offer functionalities of our Website in full. For this reason you give your consent to the use of Cookie files by us when you use the Website by means of default settings of the browser (in accordance with Article 173 section 2 of the Telecommunications Law Act). However, you may resign from using this type of files through appropriate configuration of the browser settings.

What are Cookie files?

Cookie files (the so-called “cookies”) are computer data, in particular text files, which are stored in terminal equipment of the Website User and are intended for using the Website pages. Cookies usually contain the name of web page from which they come, storage period in terminal equipment and unique number.

What are Cookie files used for?

  • We use them so that the Web page will become easier (more intuitive) in use and in order to adapt our Web pages and our products/services to your interests and needs better.
  • Cookie files may also be used to quicken your future activities and experience on our Web pages.
  • Cookie files also allow remembering your login sessions making, at the same time, access to contents requiring registration easier.
  • We also use them for anonymous compilations, statistics which help us understand how people use our web pages and help improve their structures and contents.
  • Cookie files may also be used for adaptation of contents of the Website pages to User preferences and to optimise the use of web pages. In particular these files allow to identify the Website User’s device and to appropriately display the web page adapted to individual needs.
  • Cookie files are necessary for correct integration of the website with social networking services such as comor

What type of Cookie files is used by us?

Within the Website www.invictaclinics.comtwo types of cookie files are used: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary files which are stored in terminal equipment of the User until leaving the web page or switching the software off (web browser). Persistent cookie files are stored in the terminal equipment of the User for the time specified in the parameters of cookie files or until they are removed by the User. Some web pages visited by you may also collect information by means of pixel tags (also referred to as clear gifts) which may also be made accessible to third parties that directly support our promotional actions and development of web pages. For example, information on using the web page by those who visit the Web page may be made accessible to third parties i.e. advertising agencies for better positioning of web advertising banners on our web pages. This information is not identifiable personally, however it may be connected with your personal data.

Types of Cookie files What does it do? Do these files collect my personal data/identify me?
Necessity These Cookie files are indispensible for the Website to function correctly, allow moving on our web page and using its elements. Examples include remembering of previous actions (e.g. open texts) while going back to the web page within the same session. These files do not identify you personally. If you do not accept these Cookie files, this may have an influence on proper work of the web page or its part.
Efficiency These Cookie files help us understand how visitors enter interactions with our web page, by delivering information on areas visited by them, time spent by them on the web page and problems encountered by them on it such as e.g. messages about errors. This helps us improve work of our web page. We use the Google Analytics monitoring tool for this purpose. These Cookie files do not identify you personally. All data is collected and aggregated anonymously.
Functionality These Cookie files allow our web pages to remember your choices (such as e.g. user name, language or region) to delivery more personalised online operations. They also allow visitors to watch films and animations, use social instruments e.g. blogs, chats and forums. Information collected by these files may also contain data which may identify you, and which is shared by you on your own e.g. user name. We will always be frank with you with regard to data collected by us, what we do with it and who we share it with. If you do not activate these files, this may have an influence on work of the web page and its functionalities as well as may reduce access to its contents.
Security Cookie files used to ensure security e.g. the ones used to detect abuses related to authentication within the Website Information collected by these files may also contain data which may identify you, and which is shared by you on your own e.g. user name.
Positioning/advertisement These Cookie files are used to provide you with contents appropriate to interests and information sought. They may be used to deliver positioned advertisements or reduce the number of displays of a given advertisement. They also help us measure effectiveness of a particular advertising campaign on the Website and not only. We can use these Cookie files to remember web pages visited by you and we can share this information with others, including advertisers and our agencies. Most types of these files track down customers by means of their IP address. Thus, some personal data may be collected. In order to obtain more detailed information about these files, including what data is collected and how it is used, please familiarise yourself with the following sections.

Can I control Cookie files or remove them?

In many cases, the software used to browse websites (web browser) allows by default to store Cookie files in User’s terminal equipment. Users of the Website may change settings of Cookie files at any time. These settings can be changed in particular in such a way as to block automatic handling of Cookie files in web browser settings or to inform about their placement in the Website User’s device each time. Detailed information about the possibility and ways of handling Cookie files is available in the software (web browser) settings. For this purpose please refer to instructions of your web browser or display “help” to find out how to adapt or change settings of your browser. If you block Cookie files used by us, this may contribute to deterioration of quality of the Website, for example visiting certain areas of our web page will not be possible or personalised information will not be sent to you while browsing them.  If you use different devices for browsing the Website (e.g. computer, tablet or smartphone), you must make sure that each browser on each device is appropriately adapted to your preferences.

If you allow our web page to use cookie files, make sure that they are unblocked in your browser. To do this make the following steps:

Google Chrome
1. Click on menu in the toolbar of the browser and select “Settings”.
2. Click on “Show advanced settings” and select “Settings of contents” in the “Privacy” tab.
3. Now choose “Allow storing data 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”. Next, click on “Privacy” tab.
2. Make sure that your level of privacy is set at Medium or lower, which will allow handling cookie files in the browser.
3. Setting of the level higher than medium will shut down handling of cookie files.

Mozilla Firefox
1. Click on “Firefox” (in windows XP system click on “Tools” menu) at the top of the browser window and select “Options”.
2. Next, choose “Privacy” panel.
3. From the “Firefox Program” drop-down menu select the option: “will use user history settings”.
4. Tick “Accept cookies”.

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

1. Click on icon of the toothed wheel at the top of the browser window and choose the option: “Preferences”.
2. Click on “Security”.
3. In the area: “Accept cookie files” choose the option: “Only from websites visited by you”.

How to manage cookie files on MAC computers

If you allow our web page to use cookie files, make sure that they are unblocked in your browser. To do this make the following steps:

Microsoft Internet Explorer on OSX
1. Click on “Explorer” at the top part of the browser window and select the option: “Preferences”.
2. Scroll down until “Cookie files” are displayed.
3. Select the option: “Never ask”.

Safari on OSX
1. Click on “Safari” at the top part of the browser window and select the option: “Settings”.
2. Click on “Security”, and next “Accept cookies”.
3. Choose the option: “Only from websites visited by you”.

Mozilla and Netscape on OSX
1. Click on “Mozilla” or “Netscape” at the top part of the browser window and select the option: “Settings”.
2. Scroll down until cookies are displayed under “Privacy and security”.
3. Select “Accept cookies only form the server, web page”

Do we use Cookie files?

We benefit from services of many suppliers that may also set up Cookie files on our behalf when you visit the Website They allow them to provide services ensured to you by suppliers. To find out more about these files or to opt out of receiving them please become familiarised with the following information.

When you visit the Website, you can receive Cookie files coming from third partis – their web pages or domains. We try to identify these files before they come into use so that you can decide whether you want to activate them or not on your own. More information about these Cookie files may be available on particular web pages of third parties.