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

By MAUREEN WILKEY Think no one is watching you when you share passwords or security tokens to allow others to access your multiple listing service? Think again. While many real estate companies are monitoring online clicks and cursor time as helpful metrics tools to gauge which listings are most popular or which neighborhoods might be taking off, some technologies are taking aim at unauthorized use of MLS accounts. AdmitOne Security has developed a technology that cues in on a user's unique typing "signature," based on that user's keystroke rhythm. The technology can detect an interloper if the typing patterns don't synch with the user ID. "You and I typing the same thing will do it in a different rhythm," said Matt Shanahan, senior vice president of marketing...