The Security Operations Center (SOC) is a vital component of our ongoing security monitoring and response activities for cyber threats against dealerships across North America, and now it's open! See how Proton and the new SOC are keeping you safe.
The FTC has recently added an amendment to its Safeguards Rule, which will require non-banking institutions, including dealerships, to report data breaches affecting 500 consumers or more. What does that mean for you?
You LOVE Amazon. And so do approximately 200 million other people. Now what could that possibly have to do with your dealership?
For cyber attackers today, it’s more lucrative than ever to gain access to your email. The unfortunate news for your dealership is that access to cloud based email, such as Microsoft 365, is far easier to gain access to versus access to dealership computers. Learn how to enable Conditional Access and safeguard against threats.
While it’s completely understandable that change is difficult – especially if you’ve been doing something the same way for years – it’s important to make the right decisions for your customers and employees. Cyber criminals won’t wait on your security readiness, so it’s best to embrace the change in the short-term for better long-term results.
In today's digital world, email is the backbone of business communication. However, it's also a prime target for a growing threat known as Business Email Compromise (BEC). How big of a problem is this? The FBI called it a $43 billion scam!
A dealership employee, a password, and a phish all step into an email inbox. Sounds like the start of a bad joke doesn’t it? It’s just the beginning of a story heard all too often.
A cyberattack against your dealership is most likely to begin with phishing emails. Here are 3 ways you can make sure you're protected.
After lost connections and disgruntled customers, Vaughan Automotive was looking for an IT partner that knew the industry, could improve their IT, and protect their business.
You may have found meeting compliance standards in June a long and tedious process, but what if it just got a whole lot easier?