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Early investigation of the circumstances is always paramount to understand your customer says Rob King, Legate
Rob King at Legate talks to BVRLA Director of Fleet Services Amanda Brandon, about customer payment difficulties and suspected criminal intent in this 15-minute interview
BVRLA rental and commercial vehicle members are being invited to take part in a review of the Government’s Rental Vehicle Security Scheme (RVSS) introduced in December 2018.
Emergency Alerts is a new service from the UK government that is expected to launch in summer 2021.
New guidance designed to prevent commercial vehicles, including vans, lorries, buses, coaches and even cranes, from being used as weapons in acts of terrorism has been published.
The BVRLA has obtained the Government’s Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation following an independent assessment of the association’s IT security infrastructure and processes.
Gary Billingham from fraud prevention organisation, Cifas, has joined the BVRLA blogging community to raise awareness of how fraudsters are targeting the vehicle rental and leasing sectors.
Gary Billingham from fraud prevention organisation, Cifas, explains how a fraud ring used identity fraud across multiple services to obtain leased and rental vehicles. In his blog he provides tips to help organisations protect their vehicle assets.
The National Cyber Security Centre has launched the second phase of its Cyber Aware campaign targeting micro business owners.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is running a series of free cyber security webinars and talks in late February and March 2021, aimed at UK businesses of all sizes.
As the UK terror threat is raised to ‘severe’ the BVRLA would like to remind members to remain vigilant.
The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure has issued a warning about a recent hack of Twitter accounts, which might have been the result of an internal security compromise.
Members subscribing to the BVRLA’s free-to-access RISC database will have already been informed of two alerts during the past week relating to fraudsters trying to obtain rental vehicles by deception.