Personal data and its handling
Data Collector is a person or entity that collects personal data. Irish Building Supply is a Data Collector of personal data of our customers. We require to know who we communicate with in order to conduct business with you. Communication can be performed via email, telephone, various messaging applications etc.
Data Processor is a person or entity that processes personal data. Irish Building Supply is a Data Processor of personal data of our customers.
Personal data may include name, address, email address, mobile number, company information and social medica profile information. However it will never include credit card data.
1. Your rights to access, edit, and remove Personal data
As a customer of Irish Building Supply you have the right to request information about which data is held by Irish Building Supply about you. To do it, please contact us at email@example.com.
You can always request to have your personal data updated to keep it up to date. Please contact us to do it.
You can ask to have your personal data removed from our systems. Please note this will stop us from being able to conduct business with you, unless you nominate a new contact instead of yourself.
2. Personal data storage
Irish Building Supply stores personal information to be access by relevant authorised personnel only, and only when required to perform services or fulfil orders. Personal information is held for an unlimited amount of time, securely, distributed amongst relevant authorised personnel, as, due to the nature of business, it may be required in the future to contact you in regards to a change in technology, product information etc. Your personal data is stored on secure Irish Building Supply servers.
3. Security and confidentiality
Networks are protected by intrusion detection and prevention systems, no access to Irish Building Supply’s internal networks is possible from the outside without authorization.
4. Breaches and notifications
In case our systems are breached, we will immediately notify all parties affected via email, telephone, or other means of communication and inform them on the particulars of the issue and on our intended method to solve it.