Online Security Resources
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- Use an Internet firewall.
- Whether you're using Windows or Mac, make sure your computer is up to date and is getting updates regularly.
- Use up-to-date antivirus software.
- Use a secure web browser.
Tips for secure browsing
- Always use the most current version of your browser.
- Don't select "remember password" when using a publicly accessed computer.
- Be wary of signing in to Online Banking using public computers. They may have keystroke capture devices/software installed on them.
- Perform transactions (such as shopping or submitting personal information) at sites that are well established and that are familiar to you.
- Use the "Log Off" button when exiting online banking. This will exit you properly from your online banking session ensuring someone else can't come in after you and use your session.
IE 11 supports TLS 1.2
Version 27 and newer supports TLS 1.2
Version 30 and newer supports TLS 1.2
Version 7 and newer supports TLS 1.2
A strong password helps you protect your account. To create a strong password, keep in mind the following guidelines:
- Create unique, original passwords
- Use the longest practical password
- Use a mix of upper and lower case letters
- Include one or more numbers
- Do not use repeating or adjacent characters
- Use at least one of special character
- Change your password regularly
Remember to avoid the following password pitfalls:
- Do not choose passwords or security codes that others can easily guess.
- Do not reuse passwords for multiple sites.
- Do not use personal contact information, such as addresses or phone numbers.
- Do not use personal information, such as your name, birthday, Social Security Number, passport number, or the names or information for family members or friends.
- Do not use sequences of characters such as 1234567 or abcdefg.
- Do not rely on look-alike substitutions of numbers or symbols alone. Passwords like P@ssw0rd are easy to guess, but can be effective when you also change the case of the letters, the length of the words, and misspellings, or when you use multiple unrelated words in a phrase.
- Do not use dictionary words.
For more ways to protect yourself, visit our Fraud Watch page.