Vincera, Inc., Announces American DataBank (ADB) as Client

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Background screening company ADB purchases Vincera's VAM! Intelligent Protection™ to prevent identity theft, alteration, and illicit distribution of personally identifiable information.

Vincera, Inc., the business process improvement company whose software yields predictive analytics, behavioral monitoring, and information distribution technology to enable their clients to track and manage access to all content and products they provide over the Internet, today announced that the background screening company American DataBank (ADB) has selected Vincera's VAM! Intelligent Protection™ software to protect, monitor, and manage ADB's e-distributed background reports that contain personally identifiable information (PII). ADB provides web-based employment pre-screening services to businesses ranging from small, local companies to Fortune 500 global enterprises.

Stated Toshi Akiyama, CEO of ADB, "American DataBank has a history of leadership in the background screening industry, from our creation of the nation's first web-based employment screening system to our founding role in the National Association of Professional Background Screeners. Now, we're extending that leadership to the protection of PII. With Vincera's Intelligent Protection software, we are providing the best in customer service by protecting every e-distributed background report from identity theft, alteration, or illicit use."

VAM! Intelligent Protection™ (VIP) is an information distribution technology that greatly reduces the risk of security breaches inherent in the e-distribution and storage of sensitive data by enabling background screeners to set business-driven rules to secure, track and manage the distribution of content that contains PII--even beyond the company's corporate firewall and known universe of users. With VIP, the background screener can easily customize distribution according to the desired business rules of their customers. For instance, a background screener or an HR department may decide to track how the documents containing sensitive information are being distributed, and track the number of machines that the document is being accessed by (potentially identifying a “breached” document); or, with the click of a button, the VIP customer can protect sensitive information from all but an approved base of users and machines, at specific times, simultaneously preventing the further distribution of such data.

Stated Dave Malmstedt, CEO of Vincera, "Our federal government is increasingly supportive of measures that not only protect American citizens' PII, but that sanction companies failing to do so. The recently passed House Bill H. R. 3997, for instance, sets a new national standard for data security, and all indications are that more such legislation is on the way. With our VAM! Intelligent Protection software, Vincera is proud to be at the forefront of providing background screeners the ability to manage all access to their e-distributed reports beyond their corporate firewall, which aids not only the screeners but their clients in meeting the letter and the spirit of the law. We are pleased to assist ADB as they lead the industry yet again, this time by initiating a higher level of protection of PII."

About Vincera, Inc.

Vincera, Inc. is the business process improvement company, whose software monitors businesses' end-user web-based behavior, subsequently delivering predictive analytics that enable businesses to retain and upsell existing customers. Vincera's software also allows their clients to track and manage the distribution of intellectual property and content that contains personally identifiable information in a process Vincera labels "business friendly distribution," because businesses are in charge of how they use the resulting information. Based in Austin since its launch in 1999, Vincera's core team emerges from the information technology industry with extensive go-to-market expertise and has delivered a solution with more than 75 staff-years of development investment. Consequent to their expertise, Vincera combines three vital business process improvement services-- behavioral monitoring, predictive analytics, and information distribution technology--in one software tool.

Vincera's clients include research publications, background screeners, healthcare industries, and other businesses that use web-based technology. Vincera's clients share a need to track and predict how their own customers are using their licensed software products or other intellectual property, as a revenue-generating sales tool for acquiring, retaining, and upselling customers; and/or to guard intellectual property and personally identifiable information. Vincera is a member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS). For more information, please visit:

http://www.Vincera.com

About American DataBank (ADB)

American DataBank (ADB) was launched in 1998 as the first web-based employment screening system to fill HR departments' needs for outstanding customer service, rapid turnaround times, and accurate data. ADB serves companies of all sizes, from small local businesses to Fortune 500 global companies, who benefit from online pre-employment screening. ADB's management boasts talent from diverse sectors such as law enforcement, HR, healthcare, general administration, and IT. Featuring customizable packages, flexible ordering systems and reporting options, and access to only the most current information from state and federal courts, ADB's clients receive the best information to make informed hiring decisions. American DataBank's role as a founding member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) reflects ADB's position as the leader in the background check industry. For more information, please visit:

http://www.americandatabank.com

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