Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

Editor's note: In this four-part series, Inman News looks at real estate security in the Internet era. It's no longer just a matter of keeping clients' home keys in a safe place. The Web has opened up vulnerabilities to data scraping, and new responsibilities for consumer privacy, MLS passwords and lockbox pass codes. (See Part 1: Real estate industry steps up MLS security; Part 2: Keep real estate clients' private info private and Part 4: Security gurus spread the word.) These days, multiple listing services house a lot more than just home listings data. Some allow members to hold all their past clients' contact information, and some include home showing instructions with such clues as "Don't show home between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. – children home alone." Or "Owner overseas until ...