Chicago, August 17, 2009: The Center for REALTOR® Technology today announced that the REALTOR® Secure program will be focusing more on security education and awareness and will be re-branded as REALTOR® Secure: Understanding and Identifying Your Personal, Corporate and Association Security Liability .
CRT will work with a range of third-party Security Consultants to update, enhance, and disseminate educational executive briefs, whitepapers, and guidebooks, as well as a self-evaluation checklist. Through these means and through newsletters, blogs, and other social media channels, REALTOR® Secure will deliver a consistent message to the members concerning privacy and security as it relates to the industry and its larger impact on technology in general. This refocus will provide an awareness of security issues that are affecting members’ business decisions.
During the 2010 REALTOR® Conference and Expo, a full-day security-intensive program will be available to convention participants. The program will progress through individual-, corporate- and association-level issues. It will build on the previously released content, thereby giving attendees a better appreciation of the security processes involved.
The Center for REALTOR® Technology is a division of NAR. Its mission is to serve REALTORS® as an industry advocate, implementation consultant and a technology-information resource. CRT directly supports NAR leadership’s initiatives and technology agenda. Further information about CRT is available at http://www.realtor.org/CRT.