Cookies

Lysa uses cookies on the website and when we provide our services. 

Here you can find more details on how we use cookies and what choices you can make regarding our cookies, so that you can decide whether you want to consent to cookies or not. Some cookies are necessary for the functionality of our website, and these do not require your consent.

What are cookies? 

A cookie is a small text file that the website you are visiting requests to be saved on your computer, tablet, mobile phone or similar device. Cookies are used to make websites work more efficiently but also to provide certain information to the owner of a website. You can read more about cookies here.

Which cookies are Lysa using and why? 

Lysa uses necessary cookies to optimize the functionality of our website.

Lysa uses external cookies to use a statistics tool (Google Analytics) to view and measure traffic information on our site. We see which of our pages are visited and with what frequency. This information can be processed and used to improve the design of the services.

How to opt out of cookies? 

You can make settings in your browser to the effect that you are informed if a website contains cookies. You can also choose if you want your browser to automatically deny the use of cookies. You can also delete previous cookie cookies in your browser. See your browser's help pages for more information on how you can control the use of cookies yourself.

If you have completely removed the possibility of cookies, the functionality, quality and availability of the services may be impaired or hindered.


If we process your personal data through our use of cookies, e.g. as information about your IP address, you as a user have certain rights. You can read more about your rights and how Lysa handles personal data in our Privacy note on our website.

If you want more information about cookies, permitted use of cookies or want to complain about our use of cookies, you can contact the supervisory authority for electronic communication. In Sweden, the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency is the supervisory authority. You will find more information about the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency here.

Lysa may change this policy. The latest version of the policy is always available on Lysa's website.