1. Dealer Tech Bulletin: Voice Phishing

    Our CEO, John Acosta, gives another Dealer Tech Bulletin to keep dealerships informed of the important, urgent, or upcoming opportunities and threats to their business. Today's topic: voice phishing.  The FBI and the Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency have recently issued a warning about a growing threat of phishing attacks against companies. Vishing, which is voice phishing, is a socia…Read More

  2. Top Dealership Security Breaches and How to Avoid Them

    Auto dealerships are vulnerable to cyberattacks simply because of the nature of the data they collect. Similarly to a financial institution, car dealerships collect, process, and store massive quantities of personal data, including everything it requires to assess credit and procure funding — the same thing criminals are interested in. Cloud-based storage options have helped dealerships leave be…Read More

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    Remote Worker Security Checklist for Dealerships

    Are your dealership employees working from home? We're all adapting to keep the lights on and business moving. However, an employee’s personal computer on their personal network is the most vulnerable setup possible. If you and your employees are working from home, it’s urgent that you protect your business immediately. Not sure if your setup and employees are covered? Check out the Remote Wor…Read More