Items Tagged with 'Security'


  • Churchill Mortgage to found new title company

    Will create more secure experience
    Churchill Mortgage announced Wednesday it will enter a joint venture with American Home Title to found a new title company – Churchill Title Solutions. Churchill Mortgage said the new title company will streamline the mortgage origination process and create a secure mortgage experience.
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  • Sounding the alarm: Mortgage wire fraud is a much bigger threat than you realize

    If you think mortgage wire fraud is a problem only for vendors, think again
    Fraud is an issue that we don’t like to think about in the mortgage industry. Yet it always seems to be there, lingering on the fringe of our focus. From time to time, the topic bubbles up in the news or at a convention. We talk about it, give it the proverbial “15 minutes of fame", but rarely are we forced to alter the way we do business or invest large amounts into protecting ourselves from it.
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  • EXCLUSIVE: Security vulnerabilities discovered in FHA systems

    Watchdog review discovers weakness in government's systems
    Some of the systems used by the Federal Housing Administration’s single-family insurance program are vulnerable to security breaches, an investigation by the agency’s watchdog uncovered recently. Details on the nature of the “vulnerabilities” are limited at this point, as the Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Housing and Urban Development chose not to share the full results of its investigation with the public.
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  • From HW Magazine

    Malicious intent

    Mortgage companies face security threats from within and without
    It's been a bad year for data breaches, and it seems like it will only be a matter of time before a data breach, on the scale of the Target breach, hits a mortgage firm. And considering the depth and breadth of personal information gathered on each and every borrower, the headline risk, not to mention the impact on mortgage customers' lives, could be far more explosive than what the retail giant felt.
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