Intertranslations’ policy and practice regarding data and document translation security is unrivaled as we are experienced and certified in storing and managing sensitive information while protecting it from unauthorised use.
Security ISO 27001: Intertranslations is one of the few companies in the translation and localisation industry to acquire ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification for its Information Security Management System. The ISO 27001:2013 defines the requirements for the safe management and handling of information, data and documents. See the next section for further information.
Secure Portals: Intertranslations uses dedicated Vendor and Customer Portals with encryption technology, and runs on secure servers (ftp), firewall (firewalls), and secure protocols HTTPS (HTTP in SSL). Furthermore, the portals incorporate advanced security policies and utilise anti-phishing and intrusion prevention techniques.
Confidentiality: Confidentiality Agreements with customers and Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA) with all our employees and translators.
Data destruction and disposal methodologies: Intertranslations has invested in infrastructure, practices and methodologies for the disposal and destruction of sensitive customer information (electronic format or paper media). Rigorous measures are taken to prevent unauthorised access to critical customer data when it is no longer needed.
Software and technological infrastructure that pinpoints exactly who is responsible and accountable for any action or task.
Data loss prevention (DLP) systems in place so no documents/information can be extracted or transferred without authorisation or client approval.
Security & Confidentiality Audit: Intertranslations has been extensively audited with respect to its security and confidentiality systems and practices, throughout its 20+ years of presence, by large multinational corporations seeking completely confidential and secure translation services.