You may receive cookies related to my network security provider. The only way to get to the site is through the security provider, hence these can not be avoided.
The cookies are necessary to identify malicious visitors and to reduce the chance of blocking legitimate users.
The site is hosted on a WordPress host provider, so they are likely to collect traffic data — like the IP address, browser type and version, time and date of visit, maybe more. The same holds true for the security provider.
The actual site (the blog) does not track users. There is no reason to provide any personally identifiable information on the site.
It is a long way from a browser to a WordPress blog — I will make every reasonable effort to remove or at least minimize user tracking.
I encourage you to use EFF tools Privacy Badger and HTTPS Everywhere in your browser, if possible. You may also consider using a VPN with tracking protection, especially for mobile devices.
During testing I was able to detect only the security related cookies.