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First American Financial Corp.’s $350 million acquisition of fintech provider Docutech from Serent Capital expands First American’s digital offerings to real estate lenders. Docutech is well-known to home buyers and those refinancing mortgages.

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First American Financial Corp. announced a healthy $7.1 billion in total 2020 revenue.

Brokers Issue Forecasts for First American Financial Corp’s Q3 2020 Earnings $FAF

Equities Analysts Set Expectations for First American Financial Corp’s FY2020 Earnings $FAF

Truist Securiti Weighs in on First American Financial Corp’s FY2020 Earnings $FAF

Q3 2020 EPS Estimates for First American Financial Corp $FAF Lifted by Analyst

First American Financial Corp to Post Q3 2020 Earnings of $1.13 Per Share, Truist Securiti Forecasts $FAF

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NY regulators charge First American Financial Corp. in first-ever case of violating state cybersecurity regulations. Last year, KrebsOnSecurity broke the news FAF exposed 885M title insurance records from 2003-19. Fines could be up to $1k per violation.

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New York’s top financial regulator filed charges against insurance company First American Financial Corp. in the first enforcement action under a set of rules requiring banks and other financial services companies to maintain cybersecurity protections

First American Financial Corp. has fixed a weakness in its site that appears to have exposed more than 885 million records related to mortgage deals going back to 2003 Data exposed: SSNs, bank acct info, DL scans, mortgage/tax records, wire details

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Exclusive: The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is now investigating the leak of some 885 million documents from the Web site of real estate title insurance giant First American Financial Corp.

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A leading US real estate and mortgage insurer, First American Financial Corp., left vulnerable an enormous trove of digital documents, some of which may have contained social security numbers and bank account information

An estimated 885 million digitized documents from mortgage deals dating back to 2003 have been exposed by First American Financial Corp, a report says.

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