Cybersecurity and Court Reporting
Data security is paramount in the court reporting industry. Court reporters are trusted with the confidential and privileged information pertaining to the depositions that they transcribe. Law.com has come up with a few best practices for court reporters when dealing with cybersecurity.
Best practices, according to Law.com’s article, “Data Security Ethics and Best Practices for court reporters,” are listed below.
1. Keep Software Up to Date
2. Utilize Two-Factor Authentication
3. Create and Maintain Solid Passwords
4. Think Twice and Exercise Skepticism When You Receive Strange E-Mails or Phone Calls
5. Install Anti-Virus Protection On Devices
6. Back Up All Your Data and Information
“As independent contractors, many court reporters choose to work through agencies that may offer enhanced technology and other security measures to help mitigate the risk of their data being compromised.” This is where Huseby comes in.
Huseby takes data security very seriously and has committed significant resources to ensure our clients have the most secure data and client information in the industry. These procedures and safeguards ensure the highest standards of confidentiality are met both in our production facilities and data centers. As an example, no client information is stored on local workstations. All data is stored in world-renowned SSAE16 SOC-1 Type 2 certified data centers with the highest security ratings for any datacenter company. Data is encrypted with the highest 256-bit encryption in transit. Our processes and procedures are designed to comply with HIPAA security standards.
When data security is a concern, breathe a sigh of relief when you book a court reporter through Huseby!