For years, Real Estate Professionals have resisted good technology habits both because they were unaware and because it was inconvenient. NOW, with Wire Transfer Fraud EXPLODING (going from $19 Million in 2016 to $969 Million in 2017 and averaging a BILLION dollars a year since), the industry now realizes there's a problem. And the criminals know there's a gold mine for them to pursue. Easy pickings. Why?

The criminals have a HUGE HEAD START on the Real Estate Industry

This video explains why the teachings that are currently out there are SORELY INADEQUATE. If not incomplete, they are teaching bad information. Once you watch this video you'll know EXACTLY why you need this information... and why being a SiPRO will keep you up-to-date on things for the future as well...

Our approach is three pronged...

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Solve the immediate issues

Bad Passwords is culprit #1 and most people are behind the current techniques criminals use. Especially the Real Estate Industry.
Unsafe WIFI surfing. RE Professionals need to understand HOW the WIFI they use every day works and how to protect themselves
Public Email. The majority of the Industry has been mislead by opportunists who sold them on Public Email like Gmail without considering the risk to the consumer. Now, these email addresses are the leading cause of Wire Transfer Fraud according to the FBI. We show RE Professionals how to PROPERLY use email for their business.
Social Media, The Tech giants and Public Records

So much information is out there about everyone now. There are two types: The Volunteered Information you gave up through Social Media sites and the tracked information gathered about you as you surfed the web. There's as much as 20 years of this information about you stored in the computers at Google & Amazon and at least 10 at Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. This second, online course, teaches you how to control the information that makes you predictable through the Social Media profiles you've created and the Tech Giants tracking you. It's important to understand what it means to criminals who hack into it and use it to commit crimes against you.
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Online Overview

As part of becoming a SiPRO, you need to do certain things a certain way and it's important for you to understand other things so you an adjust for the future. We grant you the SiPRO designation after we've reviewed you online and gathered any information we can that could expose you or your clients to identity theft, wire transfer fraud, burglary, stalking and other crimes. We send you a report that gives you recommendations on how to better protect yourself and your family based on those findings. Once you've been reviewed online and completed CORE COURSE ONE and TWO you can start using the SiPRO designation and the marketing materials that go with it that will give you an advantage out in the marketplace.

You NEED to become SiPRO Certified to get caught up on the latest Cyber Security techniques and to STAY up on them!
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Protect Yourself - There are many threats out there on the internet. The devices you use, the places you use them, the software you open. All have the potential for being victimized by those that know the tricks and hacks. When you earn the SI-PRO Certification, you learn the best ways to block these attacks and protect the sensitive information you have...
Protect your Clients - How many times have you discussed business with potential clients and had to get certain sensitive information to better serve them? Bank Account Info.? SS#? DL#? etc. Maybe the emailed it to you. Maybe you made some notes on your computer. You should know the best ways to keep this data protected... for your benefit and theirs.
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Who can benefit from a SIPRO Certification?

Real Estate Professionals

Financial Planners

Mortgage Professionals

Day Traders & Stock Brokers

Title & Escrow Professionals

Lawyers & Accountants

(this is not a Certification that is endorsed by the National Association of Realtors®)

Basically, ANYONE who handles sensitive information about themselves or others
- And you should avoid sharing transactions with anyone NOT properly educated and protected -
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