Industries - Automobile Dealerships
Information Security and Compliance Software for Automobile Dealerships
Having a written information security program is an important part of protecting customer information for automobile dealerships. Without the right tools and access to qualified experts, it can be difficult to know where to begin and even harder to keep up with changing regulatory requirements. This is where Tandem can help.
Tandem is an online suite of information security program applications. We partner with you to develop and maintain your dealership’s written information security program.
Tandem was created for financial institutions, including automobile dealerships, to improve security and comply with regulatory requirements, such as the FTC Safeguards Rule and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA).
Tandem products include Risk Assessment, Policies, Incident Management, Business Continuity Plan, Vendor Management, and more. The products integrate and offer presentation documents to share the written information security program with the dealership’s Board or equivalent governing body.
Tandem was created to help automobile dealerships, both big and small, maintain compliance, reduce costs, save time, and ultimately, enhance security through automating the dealership’s cybersecurity governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) processes.
Tandem tracks and implements changes to our suite of products in accordance with information security regulations and guidance which apply to automobile dealerships. This means, you can partner with us to help ensure your cybersecurity program stays up to date.
Our software helps you maintain compliance with the following sources of regulatory guidance for automobile dealerships.
- Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)
- Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information
- Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) IT Examination Booklets
- Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Alerts and Tips
- National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Publications
Review visual representations of your identity theft prevention program on a dashboard.
Evaluate useful insights into your red flags risk assessment, as well as a series of reports, designed to ensure your program does not contain any missing or incomplete data.
Use more than 30 flexible reports to increase visibility into your vendor relationships and identify gaps in your vendor oversight program.
Based on the data stored in Tandem's central database, these reports provide accurate and efficient details about your vendor contracts, documents, and reviews. Get equipped you with the data you need to make informed decisions.
Gain full insight into your upcoming and past due oversight events through a calendar view, reports, and customizable email reminders.
Ensure responsible parties are aware of events such as contract expirations, termination notices, document expirations, and scheduled reviews.
Effortlessly generate consistent and professional documents on the fly to share with your executive team, board of directors, auditors, and examiners. These customizable documents are available in Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF formats.
Access your BCP documents, employee list, and vendor contact information from mobile devices. Easily send employee alert messages from your mobile device.
Tandem's entire suite of software-as-a-service (SaaS) products are designed specifically to help automobile dealerships with limited resources improve their information security, stay in compliance, and lower overhead costs.
Conduct and respond to audits through a unique framework designed to help you manage, track, and report on the results.
Business Continuity Planning
Define and outline plans and procedures to effectively manage operations before, during, and after a disaster.
Identify, schedule, and track important compliance projects and deadlines, such as reporting, audits, training, and operations.
Identity Theft Prevention
Create your Identity Theft Prevention Program document, along with customizable employee training for identity theft red flags.
Prepare for security incidents by developing an incident response plan. When incidents do occur, track and document throughout your incident handling process.
Test and train your employees to recognize and avoid social engineering attacks by sending simulated phishing emails.
Create and maintain your enterprise-wide policies. Use our Information Security Policies set, tailored for your automobile dealership through a multiple-choice questionnaire.
Perform an information security risk assessment, as well as individual information asset risk assessments with our easy-to-follow format in Tandem.