Language I/O Data Protection Officer Gives Security Tips to Small Businesses

March 6, 2018

5a8dbdab28a6f.image-1.jpgLanguage I/O’s Data Protection Officer Matt Cook, recently wrote an article for the Wyoming Business Report explaining how small businesses can improve security measures to protect their clients. 

According to to Cook, “The single, easiest method to improve the security of your business is to beef up your passwords and password storage. Not only do the passwords themselves often need improvement, but also the way they are stored and/or shared with other employees and/or clients.”

For other great tips on how to easily and cost effectively protect your small business, read Cook’s entire article here.

For Language I/O, among other things, Cook is working on compliance with new US-EU data privacy regulations so that Language I/O complies with the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) through the US-EU Privacy Shield prior to the May 25, 2018 enforcement date. This will rigorously protect all data that passes through Language I/O’s system, whether it be personal and confidential or not. 

For information about how Language I/O is protecting clients, please click here.