Invite Staff Back Home, Others Who Can’t Attend to Join the Conversation
Attending ALTA’s 2014 Business Strategies Conference in Nashville but want others in your office to be part of the discussion? Can’t make it to the convention but can’t afford to miss out on the great information?
Join our Virtual Conference or invite others to participate as ALTA will provide live video from the general sessions. You can watch all of the general session speakers and activities live at livestream.com/ALTAonline on your computer or mobile device.
There also is an integrated chat for discussion. All you need to do is choose a username and start chatting with other online viewers. We encourage you to contribute with questions and comments.
There’s still time to join us next week in Nashville. Online registration is closed, but you can register by downloading the registration form.
Here’s a look at the general sessions:
Thursday, March 13, 9:00 a.m.-10:45 a.m.
- A panel of industry experts including Phil Schulman of K&L Gates, Tim Armbruster of ClosingCorp, Ruth Dillingham of First American, Cynthia Blair of Rogers, Townsend & Thomas and Richard Horn (former CFPB official) of Dentons law firm will discuss the biggest workflow and process challenges title companies will face as the industry transitions from today’s HUD-1 to the new Closing Disclosure Form.
- Glen Garrity will offer training on how to recognize a fraudulent ID and prevent costly court proceedings. During the seminar, he will use real and fake IDs and discuss Social Security card features among other identity theft topics.
Friday, March 14, 9:00 a.m.-10:45 a.m.
- Pat Carney of reQuire, Randall D’Arche of WFG National Title, Andy Maloney of Nashville Title Corp. and Greg McDonald of Cloudstar will address the third pillar of the Best Practices and how to protect non-public personal information by demonstrating potential vulnerabilities and provide examples of how criminals can access NPI from title companies.
- ALTA President Rob Chapman will discuss how title companies must balance technology advancements that increase productivity and lower transaction costs, but also opens the door to data protection issues and new, sophisticated risks to organizations, such as data breaches and fraudulent disbursement of escrow funds.
Be part of the conversation and join our Virtual Conference.
The room block at the Omni is sold out, but the Renaissance Nashville Hotel has availability. Approximately a 10-minute walk from the Omni, the Renaissance is located at 611 Commerce St., Click here to make a reservation online or call 615-255-8400.
To get conference information on the go, download the free conference smartphone app. iPhone/iPad users can click here, Android users can click here to download. If you downloaded the app previously, simply update it for this year. Don’t forget to follow ALTA on Twitter for the latest information about the Business Strategies Conference. Use #ALTAbsc.
Click here to learn about fun things to do in Music City.