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November 2016, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

The Lawsuit Ticking Behind You

By James S. Ganther, Esq.

Unguarded customer data is a reliable source of income for identity thieves and a largely underestimated threat to auto dealers.

Tags: Cyber Security, data protection, FTC, Lawsuit

October 2016, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

Don’t Let Ex-Employees Steal Your Data

By Erik Nachbahr

IT expert explains how data theft happens, the possible implications, and five ways to prevent it at your store.

Tags: Cyber Security, data, data protection, employee theft

April 2013, Auto Dealer Today - Feature

Peer-To-Peer-To-Public

By Mark A. Bross

The FTC's actions against a Georgia dealership offer several lessons for dealers who utilize P2P networks.

Tags: data protection, Federal Trade Commission, Internet, lawsuits, peer-to-peer, PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION

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Heard knows delegation and outsourcing are the quickest path to a work-life balance.