Global Language Service Provider, thebigword, has been awarded the Cyber Essentials Plus certification which is endorsed by the UK Government for another year.
Cyber Essentials Plus provides peace of mind by making certain that defences are secure enough to protect against malicious cyber-attacks. When working with sensitive information, this certification is usually a requirement.
The certification was awarded after an in-depth review of all the company’s security processes and platforms which in result showed no risks or threats throughout.
The Cyber Essentials Plus certification reinforces the security of thebigword’s system is and ensures the protection of sensitive and personal information when completing contracts for the likes of the UK Government.
Mark Rice, CIO of thebigword said: “The renewal of our Cyber Essentials Plus certification is excellent news. This certification in addition to our ISO 27001 certified media handling guidelines showcase how secure our infrastructure is when dealing with client confidential data.”
The renewal of the certification follows the launch of thebigword’s all-in-one platform WordSynk, which launched in June.
WordSynk is the most secure language service platform in the world and provides instant translations and interpreting through a highly secure patented platform. This ensures that confidential information remains uncompromised from concept to execution.