One of the best approaches to this is to develop a sense of partnership with the professionals you work with. If you develop a sense of ownership and a sense of belonging to your business, they will protect the owner`s confidential information in the same way you would, without the need for a translation confidentiality agreement. Keeping your information safe is essential. Translators must be included in your security plan and be responsible for confidentiality. If you are doing business with a translation service provider, make sure it is someone who has the best privacy ratings. With respect to any disclosure by you under this clause, you remain liable for any breach of this contract by the recipients of the confidential information, unless the party concerned has complied with a duty of confidentiality with the client essentially in the form of that agreement. Do you see the problem? millions of dollars spent on checking employees in the background, locking up information through security clearances, physical and technological security measures, and then handing over their most valuable documents to someone who has posted a CV on a freelance website. Even if the discrepancy is not so obvious when a company does a translation service, do they know who will actually translate their documents? Have most companies taken another step, do they know that their translators do not outsource parts of their work? Before you commit to a confidentiality agreement for translations, you need to look for certain things to get the best translation company. Some clients require us to sign a confidentiality agreement whose primary purpose is to protect the confidential information of customers whose documents are translated. The translation company is committed to protecting the confidentiality of these documents.

There are three main ways to compromise information with a translator (except theft): B. Exceptions. However, confidential information must not contain information that you (i) put to the public or that you made public without being treated confidentially before Gengo disclosed to you Gengo; (ii) that no act or inaction on your part be made public or accessible to all after Gengo`s disclosure; or (iii) in your lawful possession without any obligation of confidentiality at the time of Gengo`s disclosure to you, as shown by your written files and simultaneous recordings in the normal course of business. If you choose a company that has been in the industry for a long time, you can assume that it offers confidentiality for all these years. By working with companies that have registered confidentiality agreements and NDAs, and/or by insisting that each person sees or touches your files to sign one of your projects, you move an ethical violation to a question of law. As a translation company, we often have to design and sign different types of agreements that define the terms agreed between us, the translation company and our client, usually a company. The agreement generally includes the terms of compensation and payment, supply, quality assurance, ownership of translations, confidentiality, lack of inducement/non-invitation, compensation, dispute resolution and choice of law. In today`s corporate world, where companies do their basic work in-house while outsourcing most of the related work, confidentiality is a critical challenge. Getting their translation work from a salaried professional or agency is no exception to this phenomenon. And there are many ways you work to protect your interest in this regard.