Language services provider
The company now holds intellectual property rights in both Europe and the United States for the proprietary processes underpinning its Highly Secure Translation Editor.
The landmark awards are considered to be extremely valuable in a business environment where information security is a growing concern.
Mark Clayton, chief technology officer at
“As well as strengthening our ability to tender successfully, these patents create a new barrier to entry into our specialist market whilst providing the potential to generate significant new licensing revenues in the future.”
The company is believed to be the only language services provider in the world with patents in place for security and encryption tools.
Larry Gould, founder and chief executive of
“How many laptops end up being sold on eBay or taken to household dumps with confidential or sensitive information on their hard drives?
“We see the introduction of GDPR as a big opportunity for
The system sits between
Unlike other tools in the market, the translation editor securely stores and then securely deletes information once the translation is complete.
How it works, in nine simple and secure steps:
This product offers linguists the ability to perform translation and audio transcription tasks as well as annotation of scanned documents in a secure environment.
It is provided free to charge to
It works with a range of major government departments, including the Ministry of Justice and the NYC Department of Education, as well as blue-chip companies and brands on a global scale.
The company has 11 offices around the world, employs over 600 staff and has more than 14,000 linguists.
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