Regina Lowrie already earned a place in the mortgage profession’s history books in 2005 as the first woman to serve as chair of the Mortgage Bankers Association, and the 40-year industry veteran is now looking to put cybercriminals out of commission with her technology company Dytrix.
Lowrie launched Dytrix in 2018 with the goal of protecting financial transactions from cyber fraud. The Dytrix Platform is designed to secure wire/ACH transfer validation and closing agent management while mitigating the risks of wire and identity fraud and disclosure of non-public information. Lowrie’s technology mitigates the risk of privacy violations that are excluded from a lender’s CPL and typical E&O insurance policies, and it also provides a credit monitoring feature for client customers that complies with consumer privacy regulations while protecting borrowers from closing agent breaches. Lowrie has become a much sought-after expert on cybersecurity thanks to a series of bylined articles in industry trade journals and guest appearances on mortgage podcasts that focused on the growing risks created by wire transfer fraud and business email compromise attacks. In addition to her work with Dytrix, Lowrie is also the founder and CEO of RML Advisors, a consultancy for the financial services industry.