Poor cybersecurity may not just be unwise. It could also be illegal.

Premier One Cyber Summit

Join us for the inaugural Premier One Cyber Summit, a one-day event packed with unique content, leading cybersecurity experts and networking opportunities. We’ll focus on how the industry’s best are using technology to effectively thwart cybercrime, protect their business, and thrive in the new era of the modern workplace. The event will sell out, so register now!

The GSEs sometimes allow attorney opinion letters (AOL) in lieu of title insurance.

Some lenders are calling for an expansion of the use of AOL.

The CFPB has openly referred to title insurance as a “junk fee.”


The title industry has long been subject to intense scrutiny by lenders, secondary markets and regulatory/enforcement entities. But did you know that the CFPB is now on the record that service providers, including settlement services firms, could be held accountable under UDAAP for failing to meet certain cybersecurity requirements?

Nationally acclaimed mortgage and title attorney Charles Cain, SVP with Fidelity National Financial, will examine when and how title businesses could find themselves in the crosshairs of regulators for inadequate cybersecurity. He’ll review the current environment; consider the likelihood of enforcement and outline the actions (and expenses) title firms would need to undertake to remain compliant.

Don’t miss this unique session—your business could very well depend on it

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