Ever since the emergence of the internet, the constant development of technology has been accompanied by a rise in the number of cyberattacks. These attacks pose a particular risk to personal and confidential data. How do translation agencies deal with this? After all, sensitive data is often involved and clients deserve for this data to be handled strictly confidentially. In this article, we explain what the ISO 27001 certification means and how you can use it to ensure that your data is optimally protected.
The standard for information security
The ISO 27001:2017 standard is an international standard that guarantees information security in organisations. It sets out the requirements for setting up, implementing, operating and optimising an information security management system. Obtaining this certification involves meeting highly demanding requirements that are strictly monitored.
How is it applied?
This standard is applicable in different areas, e.g.:
- requirements and objectives for information security
- the cost-efficient management of security risks
- compliance with laws and regulations
- new management processes for information security
- defining management activities in information security
How and when did SemioticTransfer obtain this certification?
SemioticTransfer uses the infrastructure of CSF, which is certified according to ISO 27001. This means we meet the requirements of this international standard for information security. Our mission is to ensure the highest security for our customer data when working on your certified translation. We stand for quality, security and confidentiality – guaranteed and certified!
The highest level of security for your certified translation
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