More MLSs monitoring for shared accounts

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Inman Connect San Francisco, Jul 16-20, 2018

Four Canadian Real Estate Boards will analyze the patterns of members' keystrokes when they log in to their multiple listing service in order to identify unauthorized users of shared accounts.The four real estate boards -- located in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Fraser Valley, and collectively known as the REB4 group -- have signed multiyear contracts to add Clareity Security's Scout for SAFEMLS subscriber analytics tool to their CoreLogic MLXchange MLS systems. Clareity Security says it now provides data security solutions to MLSs that serve more than 65 percent of real estate professionals across Canada.The company describes Scout for SAFEMLS as "an identity profiling engine" that aggregates user access data, creates statistical profiles, and detects unauthorized users by identifying user devices and analyzing keystroke dynamics.Last year, Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Clareity Security announced a reseller partnership with CoreLogic, in which the companies are offering Scout...