Over the past decades, technology has fundamentally transformed the way we live, work, shop, communicate, and do business. But one more thing technology has changed is the way we build homes, particularly factory-built homes. Allowing manufactured home builders to improve productivity and safety, while also reducing construction costs and time, modern technologies can add significant value at every stage of the manufactured home building process.
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Many manufactured home dealerships are falling victim to advanced social engineering attacks, which are more frequent now than they used to be. Although these attacks have become more sophisticated and use more advanced techniques, the reason for their prevalence is that social engineering tactics are relatively easy to implement. This can be especially risky for any business that collects and stores large amounts of sensitive customer information. Even with cyber liability coverage in place, there are a few things you need to know in order to protect yourself and your dealership from social engineering attacks.
Currently, a series of myths and misconceptions about the structural integrity, construction quality, and safety of factory-built homes are still surrounding the prefabricated housing sector. However, prefab homes deliver one of the best housing options for a broad range of homeowners. That’s because, besides being considerably less expensive than site-built construction and providing a wide range of styles, modern factory-built housing options, including modular and manufactured homes, offer the same amount of protection and safety as traditional stick-built houses.