Alliant National Title Implements Data Security Training
July 3, 2014
To improve employee knowledge on protecting client information, Alliant National Title Insurance Co. has engaged Real Estate Data Shield to provide training sessions on data privacy and security across its 10-state operating area.
The required training arms employees with a keen awareness of the laws, regulations, and regulator expectations relating to safeguarding non-public personal information.
“Everyone at Alliant National is being trained in data security, privacy and best practices,” said Chief Information Officer David Sinclair. “We are taking these steps to ensure clients' non-public personal information is properly protected in our offices and networks.”
The online training guides Alliant National associates through the different types of personal information, compliance with laws and regulations, lifecycle of files and storage, as well as data-handling operations. Associates are then required to review and acknowledge security and confidentiality policies currently in place at Alliant National.
Based in New York, Real Estate Data Shield’s information security courseware has won two leading industry awards for excellence.
“We’re honored to be a part of Alliant National’s information security compliance initiatives,” says Christopher Gulotta, CEO of Real Estate Data Shield. “Their certificate of completion shows Alliant National takes compliance seriously.”
Launched in 2005, Alliant National employs approximately 40 people full-time and partners with more than 240 independent agents in 10 states.