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									4. Security.
      Transactional Security
       All electronic documents must be secured in such a way that both the transmitting
       and receiving parties are assured that no unauthorized party can view or alter the
       electronic document during transmission, processing and delivery. Further,
       industry participants, for purposes of transmission of documents for eRecording,
       shall establish methods to secure server-to-server authentication. See Appendix
       D for the PRIA standards recommended for adoption.

      Organizational Security
       Each County Recorder who elects to accept electronic documents for recording,
       shall implement reasonable measures such that each electronic document accepted
       is protected from alteration and unauthorized access.


        PRIA data and document standards are the preferred standard for us by industry
participants of electronic document recording and processing.

        There are three categories of technology involved in eRecording for security
purposes: (1) Used by those for creation and submission of documents for recording; (2)
Used to accept, review and record documents by the County Recorder; and (3) Used to
protect and deliver documents to and from the County Recorder’s domain (transmission).

        If followed through the entire electronic document process of execution through
recording, the security measures identified in Chapter 6 of the “PRIA eRecording XML
Implementation Guide For Version 2.4.1, Revision 2, Updated 03/0/2007” would satisfy
these standards. See Appendix D for a list of the PRIA standards and supporting

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