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 3: Getting a grip on real estate data scraping.) While performing a recent security audit for a real estate company, Clareity Consulting executives took over the company's video conferencing system using a default password and said they could see and hear the boardroom – and all the confidential business discussions taking place there – ju...