Dealerships have always been a prime target for thieves and hackers. They have a large volume of high-dollar products available, and they gather a significant amount of consumer data in one place. It's easy to see why so many dealerships have been targeted in the past, and why dealers must remain vigilant when protecting themselves and their customers today. Here are three simple steps you can take to keep hackers at bay:
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Friday, 20 July 2018
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Manufactured Home dealerships are falling prey to advanced social engineering attacks with more and more frequency these days. Social engineering has become more sophisticated as the web grows and more people become aware of their ability to manipulate situations online. This can be especially risky for dealerships who have large amounts of customer's sensitive data on hand. Even with cyber liability coverage in place, there are a few things you need to know to protect yourself and your dealership from these dangers.
For banks and credit unions, the challenge of lending on manufactured homes has long been an issue. Demand for manufactured homes tendsto rise and fall with economic shifts, and in some areas, housing inventory is so low that manufactured homes are a practical necessity for those who want to stop renting. The good news is that Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae have announced a major initiative to expand manufactured home financing to offer more opportunities to would-be homeowners.