DataMotion Provides Email Encryption Services to Fidelity National Title Group’s Settlement Agents
October 24, 2013
DataMotion, a provider of cloud-based email encryption services, partnered with Fidelity National Title Group (FNTG) to provide email encryption services to its settlement agents.
Under the agreement, FNTG agents can take advantage of discounted rates for DataMotion SecureMail, SecureMail Gateway, and SecureContact encryption services. As a result, FNTG settlement agents can effectively address the American Land Title Association’s (ALTA) “Title Insurance and Settlement Company Best Practices” and other compliance concerns, while protecting against data breaches and the associated fines, liability and reputation damage.
FNTG supports the Best Practices for title insurance and settlement companies outlined by ALTA, including the recommendation for the use of secure delivery methods for transmitting non-public personal information (NPI).
“We have been and continue to be committed to helping our agents adopt ALTA Best Practices by seeking out the best partnerships in the industry,” said Erika Meinhardt, president of Fidelity National Title Group’s National Agency Operations. “Through our exclusive agreement with DataMotion, our settlement agents now have access to an industry-leading, easy-to-use, and affordable email encryption service that helps them meet the ALTA standards to secure all Non-public Personal Information.”
SecureMail, SecureMail Gateway and SecureContact are suitable for organizations of all sizes, the companies said in a release. Each of these services provides compliance-grade encryption and built-in tracking for all email messages sent, received and opened, allowing organizations to improve compliance. Benefits to agents include:
- Ease of use for senders and recipients, reducing the need for IT support
- Encryption that works within existing email systems
- Fully optimized mobile experience with no app required
- Reduced costs through lower overnight delivery, fax and printing charges