The security and protection of our clients assets and information is of paramount importance to us.
One of our directors, David Clarke, is the former the police chief who led the UK’s national program for countering fraud and is a trustee of the Fraud Advisory Panel. He now oversees security policies for Today Translations.
We are proud to announce that the trailblazing systems we developed over the past seven years has empowered us to become the first specialised language firm to be granted ISO 27001:2013 certification for our global systems – the international standard for information security assurance. Rest assured, our security provisions are at the heart of everything we do.
In the right hands
We ensure that only the appropriate people have access to client assets and information.
All our staff and linguists must go through full background checks and are bound by confidentiality agreements and impartiality clauses that cover all work and communication they engage in. Our project managers monitor the linguists during every assignment to ensure compliance.
Special non-disclosure agreements are drafted for sensitive cases such as asset acquisitions and tenders.
Confidential data is transmitted by secure means specified by clients or via our own FTP servers, and held in accordance with Data Protection standards. Uniquely, our systems provide full audit trails for all projects.
Keeping our linguists safe
We handle highly confidential material on a daily basis, hence safe-keeping of such documents forms a core part of our operations.
We have partnerships with security and law-enforcement professionals who support us in specialist areas of business. This includes the recruitment and safe deployment of our linguists for high profile conferences.