When it comes to data protection, today's businesses have their work cut out for them in building trust with clients, customers and employees. With data privacy legislation growing more prevalent on a global scale, people are becoming more privacy aware and naturally more protective over their data. With the numerous high-profile data leaks and security breaches that have put the sensitive data of millions of people into the hands of criminals, the public has its reasons to be wary when it comes to sharing their data.
Data protection has never been more important: 90% of organizations have seen an increase in cyber attacks as criminals target newly remote, unsuspecting workers. With IT and security teams having to refocus efforts to transition entire organizations to remote working, many businesses have fallen victim to cyber attacks.
In today's business world we rely more and more on automated platforms to improve efficiency, productivity and output. Teams across your business rely on software platforms for everyday tasks: from your finance team's automated payroll system to the marketing team's workflow management system, these platforms are central to your organization. Naturally, these automated platforms process a lot of your business' sensitive data, including personally identifiable information (PII) of both your customers and your employees. By law you need to make sure they're watertight.
With the average cost of a data leak coming in at $4 million (and a staggering $8.6 million in the US), can you afford to take that kind of hit? (And that's before you add on the damage caused to your brand's reputation.)
Audio-to-text software is creating faster, more streamlined workflows for businesses around the world, cutting costs and allowing teams to use their resources where they're needed most. Transcription is central to many businesses for documentation reasons, and for creating accessible content. Naturally, audio-to-text software accesses sensitive information - like most software platforms that integrate with your business. But how can you be sure you've created a secure environment for your customers' sensitive data? And how do you know which software platforms are up to the task of keeping that data safe?
Your transcription projects will involve the management of sensitive data. When transcribing recordings of confidential meetings like interviews with customers or potential employees, you need to know the software will protect your sensitive data in line with data protection laws.
At Trint we take the security and privacy of your sensitive files very seriously. Our platform stores and processes huge amounts of sensitive information, and protecting that data from breach is at the core of how Trint works. The transcripts created within our platform are equally as sensitive as the files you upload, and we pride ourselves on the bulletproof security of our software.
When it comes to data privacy laws like the GDPR, compliance is not optional and that extends to any third-party organizations that you work with. If you're outsourcing your sensitive transcription to a human transcription service, that's a huge risk, especially considering human error is the leading cause of data breaches. But thanks to the automation and artificial intelligence that powers Trint, there's no middleman handling your sensitive data - just a machine. So opting for Trint's secure transcription software really is your safest bet.
The Trint team can't access your files unless you choose to share them. Otherwise your data is only accessible by the members of your team you choose. Trint goes even further with its admin dashboard, which lets you control access rights of each member of your team, so you know any sensitive data is shared with the right people only.
At Trint, security isn't just a checkbox exercise. It's built into our DNA and hardwired into everything we do, from training our teams, to testing our platform and securing our networks. We use best-in-class security policies to protect our customers and their sensitive data through secure transcription.
But data security isn't just our prerogative, it's the law. From the GDPR to the range of data protection regulations in place around the world, Trint is built to comply with the legal requirements for privacy. Here's a quick-and-dirty run-down of data protection at Trint:
When it comes to security, we know we're fussy. But when our customers trust us with their most sensitive data, it's down to us to keep it safe.