Good ideas are the first to be copied, so it makes sense to think twice about data security when deciding which third parties you would like to work with.
In order to do a good job, I need to know an awful lot about you, your company, your ambitions, your budding ideas, your overarching strategy, and what you’re currently working on. All that information is incredibly valuable: it allows me to speak with your best voice to your customers and relevant stakeholders, while also offering valuable strategic and market-related insights.
It of course stands to reason that such information is valuable to more than just you and me. That is why many companies have their contractors sign non-disclosure agreements, after all. But what good is a non-disclosure agreement to not talk about something if your contractor’s data security practices are so lapse you are effectively exchanging sensitive information on a postcard?
Given my long-standing academic and professional interest in data security, I have taken great care in ensuring absolutely optimal data security for myself and my clients. My technical expertise means I am also flexible and willing to meet additional requirements when required.