Automobile dealerships are increasingly under attack by hackers that use social engineering to trick an employee into divulging confidential information or performing a particular computer action. Such information or computer action is used to gain access to the business’s computer system. Once the computer system is compromised, the hacker can use the computer system for his or her own benefit. It is important to educate your dealership’s employees about social engineering, so that your dealership doesn't become a victim.
Single-channel. Multi-channel. Cross-channel. Omni-channel. Are you running a cable TV station or a dealership? You almost need a station guide to keep them all straight, especially with new channels and buzzwords constantly cropping up.
The RouteOne platform offers a variety of tools that help streamline the workflow of the vehicle finance process for finance sources and dealers. Although RouteOne’s suite of solutions works together to help drive efficiency, the complimentary Text Messaging feature continues to stand out with finance sources throughout the process. If you do not yet support this complimentary feature within RouteOne, consider checking out the reasons finance sources count on it in list of benefits below.
Thousands of identities get stolen from unsecure databases. Hackers are becoming more creative with ways to access data. Is your dealership’s data secure? When your dealership has the responsibility to protect the identities of thousands of customers, your data can never be secure enough.
MacAfee Labs, a respected information security and ant-virus organization, just issued their 2016 Threat Predictions Report. Some of the emerging or increasing computer threats identified are:
In ‘Part 1’ of the Adverse Action Notice Guide for Dealerships, dealers were able to gain a better understanding of the cost of non-compliance and importance of complying with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). In ‘Part 2’ of this four part guide, you will be able to gain a better understanding of the Adverse Action Notice itself and what should be included in each notice.
With the complex laws the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) and the Fair Credit Reporting Act require around Adverse Action, managing and understanding what actions must be taken to comply with the adverse action requirements can be difficult for dealerships. Not only can it be difficult to manage, but not managing it correctly can be quite costly! To help your dealership gain a better understanding around adverse action and other compliance tasks, take a look at RouteOne’s four part Adverse Action Notice Guide for Dealerships.