Helion provides various levels of Security Assessments to address Dealership compliance with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB) Act. The recent FTC action against a Dealership for violations of the GLB Act safeguards provisions has brought national attention to the need for stronger security in Dealerships.
Auto Dealers who are concerned with compliance with the FTC Privacy Rule compliance should consider Helion’s security assessment and consulting practice to assist. Helion’s assessment is customized to assess the unique threats and and risks faced by Auto Dealers. The Dealership FTC Privacy Rule assessment includes recommendations that can be implemented immediately and ongoing training and compliance measurement.
“Dealerships face increased threats from both internal and external sources.” says Francis Twomey, Helion’s internal Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). “We endeavor to achieve the highest levels of security and protection for our clients systems while continuing to empower them to sell and service cars efficiently.”
Francis has worked with Helion’s clients to solve their unique technology challenges since 2003. He holds a MS in Computer Science from Loyola University Maryland and is Director of Helion’s Services Operations. The CISA program has been a globally accepted standard of achievement among information systems (IS) audit, control and security professionals. More than 90,000 professionals have earned the CISA designation since inception.
Contact us today to discuss the unique Security needs for your Dealership.