At BBI Brandboost, we have been designing and building websites since 1996 and our ethos focuses around understanding not only the client and their business objectives.
Website management involves the process of uploading content, graphic designs, or updating a website in order to maintain its market share.
BBI Brandboost has a long record of achievement in website and marketing services and we have gathered together some of the most interesting projects we have undertaken for clients across a number of industry sectors.
Procedures under GDPR followed by MPS & BBI International Ltd (covering our BBI Brandboost and DyNNamite divisions and any other of our business operations) relating to:
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) aims to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). GDPR is part of UK legislation and will not be affected by the country leaving the EU. GDPR also addresses the export of personal data outside the EU.
GDPR aims primarily to give control back to citizens and residents over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU.
Taking effect as from 25th May 2018, GDPR replaces data protection directive 95/46/EC of 1995
Your right of access to data
Should you wish access to personal data we hold on you then you can do so by contacting our GDPR dedicated email address email@example.com
1). Upon your request for access we will then ask the following questions:-
Upon receiving the above information we will reply in writing (electronically) with the information we have relating to your request within 14 days via email (subject to your agreement to accept eletronic communication from us based upon your request).
2). Based upon the information you provide, we will:
Your right to have your data erased
Should you wish for information we hold on you to be erased from our systems then this request must be made in writing to either
Our GDPR dedicated email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Or via the post:
MPS & BBI International Ltd
207 Desborough Road
If an individual calls the office they will be asked to put the request in writing by one of the above two methods.
If you have already made the request for right of access and have received the information and following that request and you make a request for erasure; a note will be placed on our records confirming the request and said information will be deleted(*) from the identified areas.
If You have not made the request for right of access prior to making a request for erasure then we will go through the process of right of access to clearly identify said data and delete(*) it from our systems informing you of the actions taken and recording this on our records
(*) If any such information relates to business dealings which under UK Law need to be retained for 7 years BBI Brandboost will not erase the information and will inform the individual making the request accordingly.
Our actions in the event of a data breach
The ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) states that under the GDPR there is a requirement for organisations to report a personal data breach that affects people’s rights and freedoms, without undue delay and, where feasible, not later than 72 hours after having become aware of it.
If it is unlikely that there is a risk to people’s rights and freedoms from the breach, the ICO states that there is no requirement to report it to them. The threshold to determine whether an incident needs to be reported to the ICO depends on the risk it poses to people involved.
Should we be alerted to a data breach of any kind from our business operations we would treat it as a serious issue and take immediate steps to:
The data that MPS & BBI Ltd habitually deals with does not come into the category of affecting people’s rights and freedoms. However, we would continually monitor data that we possess and assess any potential risks that it may constitute in this respect.
Subject to a data breach occurring, we would assess whether it came within the category of “affecting people’s rights and freedoms” and if we believed that it did, or might do so, would report it to the ICO as required by GDPR.
If you require further information or clarification on the above issues, please contact us at our GDPR dedicated email address email@example.com