ALS Resolvion, a nationwide skip-trace and repossession management firm, has been selected as an honorable mention winner within Digital Defense’s 2018 Client Recognition Award Program, which recognizes organizations that display the highest level of network security.
This accolade arrived soon after ALS Resolvion was named the recipient of Digital Recognition Network’s 2019 Platinum Provider of the Year Award.
Out of 1,600 recurring vulnerability scanning and penetration testing clients, ALS Resolvion said in a news release that it was one of 48 presented with the honorable mention award.
“In this age of data breaches, it is encouraging to see our clients continuing to increase their focus on reducing risk by proactively mitigating network vulnerabilities,” Digital Defense president and chief executive officer Larry Hurtado said.
As one of the leading forwarding companies in the industry, ALS Resolvion works with sensitive information and utilizes a variety of data sources to secure more than 9,500 repossessions a month. This honor marks ALS Resolvion’s second overall Digital Defense award within the last three years.
“We take our data and network security very seriously and we invest a lot of resources in this area. The award from Digital Defense provides great validation of those efforts,” ALS Resolvion chief technology and compliance officer Keith Yarnell said.
Taking steps involving security likely was a part of ALS Resolvion collecting another award from DRN during the annual North American Repossessors Summit (NARS) held in Irving, Texas.
The award marks the third consecutive year that the forwarding company was honored by DRN for its role in the repossession industry. ALS Resolvion was the 2018 Gold Provider and is excited to be named the 2019 Platinum Provider for achieving the highest number of total repossession assignments and successful repossessions.
“We were excited to award ALS Resolvion with our 2019 Platinum Provider of the Year Award,” said Jeremiah Wheeler, executive vice president and general manager for fintech with DRN, which also is a member of the Auto Intel Council.
“DRN places tremendous value in our relationship with ALS Resolvion. Year after year, they continue to excel and set new standards for excellence. We are pleased to work with a company that is such a leader in the forwarding community,” Wheeler continued.
ALS Resolvion produced more than 92,000 successful repossessions last year. The award was accepted by ALS Resolvion president Jose Mendiola, who said, “We are honored to have received this prestigious award and it’s a testament to all of the hard work our team and network of agents have put in this past year. This is only the beginning for ALS Resolvion.”