Fidelity National has teamed up with Clareity Security in an agreement offering Fidelity National’s MLS customers the opportunity to deploy Clareity Security’s SAFEMLS solution to their users, the company said today.

Fidelity National MLS Systems and Solutions is the first MLS vendor to complete the integration of SAFEMLS into all their MLS platforms, Fidelity said.

Clareity Security’s SAFEMLS solution protects the security of MLS organizations by requiring users to use a one-time password generated by a token device to access the MLS system, regardless of how the user accesses the system.

This technology, known as “strong authentication,” is used to secure networks and applications for thousands of companies across the globe.

In addition to completing integration with Fidelity National and other MLS system vendors, Clareity has worked with major third-party software providers to ensure their products are integrated into the SAFEMLS solution as well.

“We recognize the importance of data security in the real estate industry, as well as the need to provide a solution for our customers, and strongly believe that our customers should consider implementing a security solution like SAFEMLS as part of their MLS offering,” said Fidelity National MLS Systems and Solutions general manager Beverly Faull in a statement.

Clareity Security has already deployed the SAFEMLS solution for two Fidelity National MLS customers, with two more customers scheduled for installation in the next 60 days, the companies said.

“Fidelity has been extremely cooperative throughout the SAFEMLS integration and deployment process for our mutual customers. We appreciate the proactive stance they have taken and are pleased to have them as a preferred provider of the SAFEMLS solution,” said Gregg Larson, president of Clareity Security.


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