Allentown, Pennsylvania – (The Hosting News) – October 23, 2008 – Managed web hosting company, INetU, has become officially EU Safe Harbor Certified. Certification is external confirmation that clients’ personal information is monitored by data-collection and retention processes.
Dev Chanchani, President of INetU Managed Hosting remarked, ”With companies conducting more business online, it’s easier for people to take advantage of sensitive information. We want our clients, local and international, to know how we collect their information, why we need it, and what we’re going to do with it. That’s why we asked TRUSTe to ensure we’re doing all we can. Our clients should know that their personal data has always been secure and will stay that way.”
Certification positions INetU to continue dealing with European companies, where Safe Harbor requirements were enacted. The United States and European Union have taken different approaches to privacy, though the ultimate goals are the same. The United States relies on a mix of legislation, regulation, and self-regulation. The European Union, however, enacted requirements that created government data protection agencies, registration of databases with those agencies, and in some instances prior approval before personal data processing may begin.
INetU (pronounced I Net You) is a managed hosting provider located in Allentown, Pennsylvania. INetU manages Internet servers belonging to customers focused on doing business over the web and endeavors to ensure that each client’s web servers run smoothly 24 hours day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. INetU’s clients include Microsoft, Infosys, Raymond James Financial, DreamWorks SKG, Sure Fit, Harriet Carter, KidsPeace and Writing.Com. INetU has won service awards from every major web hosting portal on the Internet, works with all of the popular web applications and operates web sites that require anywhere from a single server to highly visited ones that utilize many servers working in unison for maximum performance.
To learm more, please visit: www.inetu.net.