Providing transparency to lending customers and access via mobile devices is half the battle.
Hugo Gonzalez, on Mon, Dec 10, 2018
Steve Tschoepe, on Mon, Dec 03, 2018
Steve Tschoepe, on Mon, Nov 19, 2018
Steve Tschoepe, on Mon, Nov 12, 2018
Mortgage companies finally have the capability of email signatures.
For mortgage professionals, a huge concern of daily communications is confidentiality. Nothing is more important than protecting sensitive client data.
Still, some mortgage companies haven’t gotten around to upgrading their software. As software becomes more sophisticated, security and compliance features are becoming standard in the mortgage world.
Every October since 2004, the United States has observed National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Computer security is always important, but the month when spooks, zombies, and demons are on display is a fitting time for the mortgage business to give it focused attention.
Justin Kirsch, on Mon, Oct 01, 2018
Cyber thieves are amping up their attacks on major banks and the U.S. Federal Reserve. Recently, $81 million dollars was stolen from a Bank of Bangladesh account at the New York Fed. Cybersecurity officials are rapidly securing possible entry points for cyber thieves, finding that the most ordinary access points, such as email and social media accounts, can be all a thief needs to gain access to highly sensitive data. What does this mean for mid-sized lenders in the mortgage industry?
Justin Kirsch, on Mon, Sep 24, 2018
A new RPA streamlines the process of on-boarding new hires.
On-boarding loan officers is a hassle. There are pitfalls along the way and multiple security-minded platforms to authorize before a new loan officer can begin their work properly.
Steve Tschoepe, on Mon, Sep 10, 2018
It’s time to update the disaster recovery plans for your business.
February 27, 2018 was a wakeup call for mortgage sellers and servicers. That date marked the release of Fannie Mae’s new selling guidelines.
Steve Tschoepe, on Tue, Sep 04, 2018
New rules in the selling game.
As of February 27, 2018 mortgage sellers and servicers working with Fannie Mae have a new set of guidelines.