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Date:1/29/2008

FairWarning(R) announces 2007 achievements and foundation for 2008 growth

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, FairWarning(R) announced 2007 company achievements and a series of 2008 steps that further the company's position as the leading provider of cross-platform healthcare privacy auditing solutions.

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2007 Growth and Profitability

In 2007, FairWarning grew software bookings 200%+ driven by the emergence of medical identity theft as the first information crime that is a threat to human health as well as first-time-ever field level enforcement of HIPAA by the United States government.

Leading healthcare organizations across the United States have adopted FairWarning solutions to automate privacy auditing of their EHRs. FairWarning(R) developed production customer references across the United States. The company will be cash-flow positive in Q1 2008.

2008 HIMSS Platinum Sponsor

In a demonstration of the company's commitment and support to the healthcare industry, FairWarning(R) has sponsored HIMSS at the Platinum level and will be leading a Webinar titled "Addressing Electronic Health Record Privacy and Compliance Challenges" for HIMSS members and the media on March 13th. John Wade, Chairman of HIMSS and VP St. Luke's Health System is one of the featured speakers.

2008 Southeastern Venture Conference Showcase Company

At the invitation of the SEVC, FairWarning(R) will present at the Southeastern Venture Conference as a showcase company. The 2008 SEVC is being held at the Ritz Carlton Tyson's Corner on February 27th and February 28th, 2008.

2008 Out-of-the-Box Privacy Auditing Packages for Electronic Health Records (EHRs)

FairWarning has introduced privacy auditing solution packages specifically optimized for the hea
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