In the bustling world of automotive sales on Long Island, ensuring cybersecurity is paramount, especially with the strict FTC guidelines looming over businesses. A major car dealership, renowned in the Long Island area, faced these very challenges until it decided to partner with the Managed Service Provider (MSP), Nerds That Care.
Despite their successes in auto sales, this dealership found it increasingly difficult to comply with FTC cybersecurity guidelines. Their existing cybersecurity measures were outdated, leaving customer data vulnerable. With the complexities of email and data storage, endpoint protection, and more, the dealership knew they needed a sophisticated solution to avoid potential FTC penalties and to protect their customer’s sensitive information.
Teaming up with Nerds That Care, the dealership was presented with a comprehensive cybersecurity package grouped into specific categories:
- Backup & Retention: Email and Data Retention and Protection: Seven-year data backup and storage for electronic correspondence.
- Theft Prevention: Data Loss Prevention (DLP): Advanced systems ensuring protection against data theft.
- Ransomware Solutions: Ransomware Protection & Recovery: Holistic solutions for potential ransomware threats.
- Real-time Monitoring: Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR): Integrated security system for real-time data monitoring, gathering, and analysis.
- Vulnerability Scans: Continuous Vulnerability Management (CVM): Uninterrupted internal and external vulnerability scanning.
- Activity Audits: Auditing & Monitoring: Detailed station-by-station checks for all employee activities.
Cybersecurity, especially in adherence with FTC guidelines, can be a daunting challenge for businesses. However, with the right partner, it becomes a surmountable task.
This major car dealership on Long Island, with the comprehensive solutions from Nerds That Care, not only met FTC guidelines head-on but also bolstered their reputation among customers. This partnership exemplified that with the right strategies, technology can be an asset, not a challenge.