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.
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If you’re shopping around for homeowners insurance to protect your manufactured home and your personal property, it’s important to know exactly what you’re paying for before settling on a certain policy and insurance company.
Whether you’re using a chattel loan or a conventional mortgage to buy a new or pre-owned manufactured home, or you’ve already paid off your loan, homeowners insurance can help you protect your most valuable asset.