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Secure Email for Real-Estate Professionals

Why do I Need Secure Email as a Real-Estate Professional?

Real-Estate professionals are responsible for client sensitive data in electronic communication. Email being the most common format of electronic communication.

  • Real-Estate professionals are responsible for protecting critical client sensitive information from the occurrence of a data breach.
  • Data Breaches routinely encompass nonpublic personal identifiers which are the main source of identity theft.
  • Emails are considered vulnerable to unauthorized access and need to be protected in order to prevent a breach of personal private customer data.
  • Real-Estate professionals are required to safeguard the security and confidentiality of client information in physical or electronic form.

Secure Electronic Signature

Why do I Need Secure eSignature as a Real-Estate Professional?

Real-Estate Professionals who utilize secure electronic signature services increase productivity, create greater accuracy, maximize security, and maintain an audit trail.

  • The use of electronic signatures complete client transactions faster and increase profitability.
  • Proof of signature and detailed audit trail are present with electronic signature, this provides a legal evidence log and meets industry requirements.
  • Maximize the security of all documents with encrypted electronic signatures to provide your clients with maximum personal protection.

Compliance With Regulations

What Regulations Must I Comply With as a Real-Estate Professional?

Real-Estate Professionals who use secure email and secure electronic signature provide the best security for their clients and ensure the best chance for not experiencing data breaches or regulatory violations.

  • Integrated Mortgage Disclosures Under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
  • The Gramm-Leach-Bliley - GLBA, 15 USC 6801– 6827
    • GLBA applies to most, if not all, real estate industry professionals (e.g. Title, Escrow, Abstractors)
    • The personal information covered by the GLBA is termed “non public personal information,” which means “personally identifi able financial information — provided by a consumer to a financial institution; resulting from any transaction with the consumer or any service performed for the consumer; or other wise obtained by the financial institution.”
    • GLBA requires the real estate industry professional to encrypt electronic customer information, including when in transit or in storage on systems where unauthorized individuals may have access.
    • A fine of $10,000 per infraction can be charged for noncompliance with the law.
      Source: www.communications-media.lawyers.com
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