Security Center

Information security should be an everyday issue for both our consumer and business customers. We encourage you to browse through our security updates, materials, and additional online resources.

Tips for maintaining a secure PC or mobile device:

1. Protect your PC with antivirus and anti-malware software and make sure it’s updated regularly.

 

2. Install all operating system and application updates. Configure your PC or mobile device to install security updates automatically.

 

3. Educate yourself about email phishing tactics and how to identify them. Think before you open attachments or click on links embedded within email messages.

 

4. Use complex passwords and update them regularly. Complex passwords contain both uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, special characters, and are at least 8 characters long.

 

5. Only use websites that you know and trust. If you’re making an online payment or logging into a secure portal, make sure that the server certificate is valid and that traffic to and from the website is encrypted.

 

SECURITY UPDATES

SHA-1 Encryption has been Cracked (2/24/17)

February Updates from Adobe, Microsoft (2/19/17)

1025 Wendy’s Locations Hit in Card Breach (7/8/16)

US-CERT to Windows Users: Dump Apple Quicktime (4/18/16)

Adobe Patches Flash Player Zero-Day Threat (4/8/16)

Ransomware Incidents Step on the Gas, Change Direction (4/7/2016)

Crooks Steal, Sell Verizon Enterprise Customer Data (3/24/16)

 

EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS

CONSUMERS

Take the Online Phishing IQ Test

Identity Theft Checklist

Information Security & You Newsletter Q1

Information Security & You Newsletter Q2

BUSINESSES

SBA and FEMA team up to help small businesses

Corporate Account Takeover Presentation

Corporate Account Takeover Whitepaper

Corporate Account Takeover FAQs

Data Security Self-Assessment

ONLINE CONSUMER RESOURCES

CREDIT REPORTING

annualcreditreport.com

Experian

Equifax

Transunion

ChexSystems

FRAUD & ONLINE SECURITY EDUCATION

Idtheft.gov

Onguardonline.gov

Fraud.org

Privacyrights.org

Better Business Bureau

American Association of Retired Persons

STOP.THINK.CONNECT.

National Cyber Security Alliance

ONLINE BUSINESS RESOURCES

CORPORATE ACCOUNT TAKEOVER

NACHA | What You Need to Know

NACHA | Sound Business Practices to Mitigate CATO

DATA & ONLINE SECURITY

US Chamber of Commerce | Internet Security Essentials

FCC | Small Business Cyber Planner

Internet Security Essentials for Business

Better Business Bureau | Data Security Made Simple

FTC | Data Security Resources

STOP.THINK.CONNECT.

REPORTING FRAUD OR THEFT

Internet Crime Complaint Center

FBI Field Offices

US Secret Service Field Office

 

System Requirements for Online Banking: 

  • Computer or mobile device with internet connectivity and supported browser.
  • Adobe Reader or compatible PDF viewing software is required to view electronic statements.

Supported Browsers:

  • Google Chrome (versions 38.0 and above)
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer (versions 11.0 and above)
  • Mozilla Firefox ( versions 34.0 and above)
  • Safari (versions 7.1 and above)
  • Microsoft Edge (versions 25.0 and above)

 

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