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Data security

Compliance with the latest data protection regulations for a secure translation workflow

How does EVS Translations manage data security?

The security of your data is important to EVS Translations.
Watch the video below to find out how we process your content for translation while ensuring your data is secure.

Don’t let translation become a weak link for your business

Data security is becoming an increasingly complex challenge for businesses as they seek to reduce risk, comply with regulations, and maintain customer confidence. The situation can be further complicated by an international supply chain of vendors which must also fulfill a stringent set of data protection and security  measures. Careful selection is required. Global companies partner with EVS Translations because of its robust approach to data security, which supports the exchange and processing of highly sensitive information for translation.

A global translation partner with a bespoke approach to data security

We have a long-established internal IT department, which includes designated staff to manage the security of our clients‘ data. This team can upscale measures or design bespoke solutions for your business. What’s more, EVS Translations partners with an ISO-certified data storage facility in Germany to create a powerful data security solution.

Finding the solution that fits your business

“For a company operating in the technology sector, we arranged for e-mails to be exchanged via the client's secure e-mail portal. The following data transfer, meaning the remittance/transmission and delivery of translation orders, takes place via a VPN connection directly from the client’s server. The access was restricted to a clearly defined team of permanently employed in-house project managers, translation engineers and translators. Working closely with the client, prior to the translation process, our team was able to create a data security plan that satisfied all involved.”

- Jochen Bettgens, IT Manager at EVS Translations

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

EVS Translations fulfils all specifications for GDPR. This includes:

To find out more about how EVS Translations structures its translation workflows to comply with the latest data security regulations call us on +44 (0)115 934 5010  or use our contact form.

 

 

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