Security

Three pillars of security

The Three Pillars of Security: People, Processes, and Technology

With remote work rapidly changing how companies, employees, and clients interact, cybersecurity has quickly become a top concern. Many are seeking to mitigate the risks inherent in working outside of IT-controlled environments. When it comes to keeping your sensitive data safe, here’s what some providers might not be telling you: there is no silver bullet …

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Security Audit

Security audits: Why unbiased opinions are key to vetting your LSP

Whether you’re looking for a new language service provider (LSP) or you’re re-examining your current LSP relationship, enterprise security should be a top priority. However, truly demonstrating ongoing compliance against industry-standard security practices comes by way of audits obtained through independent, unbiased third parties, rather than whatever claims an LSP makes in their marketing materials. …

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data breach

What is the true impact of a security breach, and how can your LSP prevent one?

When you choose a language service provider (LSP), you’re choosing a vendor that will likely do most—or maybe all—of its work through digital or cloud-based services. The digitization of language services means you’re not paying for translation alone. You’re paying for the level of security built into your service platforms, the care with which your …

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SOC 2 Type 2 report

What is a SOC 2 Type 2 report? Why does your LSP need one?

When you work with a language service provider (LSP), your business needs assurances that your vendor can ensure data security and confidentiality, uphold compliance standards, and offer consistent service availability. Many LSPs will promise this level of service. As a client, one of the best ways to evaluate a vendor’s ability to deliver data security is …

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Disaster Recovery Planning

Disaster Recovery Planning: Key Considerations & Crucial Steps

As its name implies, disaster recovery involves a situation from which businesses typically require a long recovery process. These disasters can range from natural forces such as tsunamis and hurricanes, to man-made disruptions such as cyber attacks, riots, and terrorist attacks. When these disasters strike, business operations are either partially or fully taken out of …

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