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ISI Language Solutions Featured on Rob Lowe’s Success Files Week of February 25th, 2019

Glendale, CA, February 27, 2019 –(PR.com)– ISI Language Solutions is proud to be featured on Rob Lowe’s Success Files the week of February 25th, 2019 across multiple major media markets within the United States.

Success Files, hosted by Rob Lowe is an award-winning program highlighting new stories and innovative concepts …

ISI Language Solutions Recruiting at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies February 15th, 2019

ISI Language Solutions, a leading provider of language access and localization solutions, will be recruiting at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies Annual Career Fair on Friday, February 15th, 2019.

ISI Language Solutions has a long history of supporting the MIIS mission employing several graduates in leading positions within …

The ISI Language Solutions’ Security Framework Achieves HITRUST CSF Certification

ISI Language Solutions is proud to announce that the ISI Security Framework has once again achieved HITRUST CSF Certification. This means that the ISI Security Framework empowers organizations to rely on ISI to handle their most secure communications including ePHI, financial data, and other secure communications.

ISI Language Solutions’ Security …

ISI Language Solutions to Discuss Unique Client Business Model with Linguists at Upcoming American Translator Association Conference in New Orleans, October 24th–27th 2018

The linguist plays an inherently important part in the localization supply chain.

As the automation of repetitive processes becomes commoditized, the maintenance and deployment of translation memories become an industry standard, and the rapidly evolving landscape of machine translation becomes mainstream, the linguist still stands front and center as …

2 Thumb Drives, a Laptop and a $4.3M Fine: The Importance of Protecting ePHI

Over the summer an HHS Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) ruled that the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (MD Anderson) must pay $4.3 million in civil money penalties for HIPAA violations. The fine comes after the loss of three unencrypted devices (2 thumb drives and a laptop) led to …