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To Further Combat Internet Fraud, Heightened Security Levels are Implemented by Vetted International

To protect the security of online file access from Internet fraud, Vetted International has implemented a higher level of web defense to its existing program Vetted QuickBase.

Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) December xx, 2008 --- Vetted Internationals newly heightened security further protects its online file access from web fraud. An application upgrade to its existing web file access program Vetted QuickBase includes comprehensive security advancements pursuant to its existing policy to protect individually identifiable health information and the system components that such data resides in under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 ("HIPAA"), the security and privacy regulations implementing HIPAA, other federal and state laws protecting confidentiality of health information, professional ethics, and accreditation requirements.

Vetted QuickBase allows clients to access file information in real time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, anywhere in the world via the world wide web. Users enjoy access to patient care and diagnostics to include treatment plans, X-RAY, CT Scans, MRI's, and laboratory results, medical reports, and supports multiple file formats and attachments.

"Vetted is committed to cutting edge technology without compromise to security. Our policies are purposely tailored to exceed privacy standards and often results in the implementation of upgrades when new technology becomes available," said Brian Sjostedt, Vetted President & CEO.

Although the former application met industry standards for security, Vetted International chose to improve its existing platform by layering additional anti-fraud security and adding additional hardware between the web and physical files stored on its proprietary servers.

"When it comes to online fraud, you can never be too safe and Vetted never wants to join a list of companies responsible for making the announcement that protected information was compromised."

QuickBase is a registered trademark of Intuit. Vetted International has teamed with QuickBase to provide developer solutions to existing and new QuickBase customers. Vetted QuickBase was built by Vetted International on the Intuit QuickBase platform. Vetted has provided QuickBase consultation to some of the largest companies in the banking and insurance industry around the globe.

Vetted International is a corporate and government solution based company headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. Vetted utilizes a global network of integrity driven local national professionals to minimize risk and implement responsive action plans in various permissive & non-permissive environments. Foreign and domestic insurance companies, financial institutions, government departments & ministries, government agencies & contractors, and healthcare organizations have relied on Vetted's unique capabilities in over 40 countries worldwide.

To learn more about how Vetted Internationals online file access security programs can help protect against Internet fraud, please visit

For more information, contact:
Sandra Boucher
One Renaissance Center
3301 Benson Drive, Suite 545
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
877-838-8331 - Toll Free

Media Contact:
Vetted International, Ltd.
Lindsey Daniels
877-838-8331 - Toll Free


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