For its fifth year, Arkadia Translations will be participating as a technical partner in the 18th edition of the STAR Conference, to be held on Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 March 2019 at the headquarters of Borsa Italiana (the Italian Stock Exchange), at 6 Piazza degli Affari in Milan.
Arkadia Translations parteciperà, in qualità di partner tecnico, al sesto Forum Anticorruzione - Edizione italiana, organizzato dalla società C5. L’evento si terrà all’Hotel Melià di Milano, dal 13 al 14 marzo 2019.
“Blockchain”, un termine che nell’ultimo anno abbiamo spesso letto, sentito e, ammettiamolo, non sempre compreso a pieno. Proprio per questo, oggi vogliamo a provare a spiegarvi chiaramente cosa significa e come ci siamo attrezzati per offrire servizi di traduzione e interpretariato specifici per questa tematica.
On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation [GDPR (UE) 2016/679] came into effect, and Arkadia Translations was certainly not caught unprepared. To tackle the ever-increasing requests to translate documents relating to this regulation’s scope of application, Arkadia has decided to assist its clients with a team of translators specialising in privacy, in order to make the jump into the era of transparency in digitalisation as painless as possible.
But we are getting ahead of ourselves: what is the GDPR, and who does it apply to?
The new personal data protection regulation aims to strengthen and harmonise data protection for citizens and residents in the European Union, offering greater protection to natural persons and making businesses more accountable for the use of personal data.
Data protection occupies a frontline position in company processes, having a significant impact on managing the personal information of clients, suppliers, partners and also employees.
The Regulation not only applies to large companies (social network platforms, multinationals, the public sector and those in the banking and insurance world), but also small and medium-sized enterprises that in recent years, thanks to the dramatic cut in technology costs, have begun to process and often create profiles from large quantities of data.
Arkadia Translations, a translation and interpreting company with UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 certification that specialises in legal, financial, marketing and corporate fields, has launched a resource selection, sector specialisation and innovation process for its own technologically advanced and assisted translation systems for translating documents relating to privacy, company law, technical and procedural matters, computer security, lead generation and the employment law sector. Arkadia translates on a daily basis in all official EU languages, as well as in the major non-European languages.
To internationalise your processes in accordance with the GDPR, or simply for further information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
Arkadia: words connecting worlds
Arkadia Translations will be taking part for its fourth year as a technical partner in the 17th edition of the Star Conference, held on Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 March 2018 at the Headquarters of Borsa Italiana (the Italian Stock Exchange), at 6 Piazza degli Affari in Milan.
2017 has been a hugely satisfying year for Arkadia Translations, registering a steady growth as has continually been the case since 1999, when the agency was founded. We have established ourselves as one of the most steadfast translation agencies in the Italian and international landscape.
Arkadia working with C5 and Inhousecommunity
November is a busy month of events for Arkadia Translations, which will be the technical partner for C5’s Anti-Corruption Italy Edition forum, and then a sponsor for the Inhousecommunity Awards Ticino 2017.
21 & 22 November 2017:
25th May 2018 is an important date when it comes to EU citizens’ sensitive data. It marks the coming into force of the Data Protection Regulation, designed to enable citizens to retake full control of their personal data no matter which organisation or company has recorded or stored it. The new data protection rules appear to be a key part of the EU’s Digital Single Market, which covers the fields of digital marketing, e-commerce and telecommunications. The European Commission has made it a priority, and financial institutions might reap the benefits of the digital economy in full.