Online Account Safety
Our Online Banking, Business Online Banking, Trust, and Secure Email Center sites – areas that require you to enter credentials – should all have extended validation certificates. In your browser, these take the form of either a green address bar or a green padlock before or after the site address that indicates that the site is secure.
Online Banking Safety Tips
- When possible, use your own computer or device to log in to Online Banking.
- Check your last login date & time every time you log in.
- Review your balances and transactions regularly, if not daily.
- Whenever possible, use Bill Pay instead of checks to limit sharing your account number to others and improve your electronic recordkeeping.
- Set up balance alerts to get notified when your accounts go above or below a certain value.
- Do not use account numbers, your social security number, or other account or personal information when creating account nicknames or account titles.
- Be sure to log out after completing your banking tasks. Never leave a computer unattended while logged in to Online Banking.
We take the security of our Online and Mobile Banking platforms very seriously. Watch the videos below to learn more about the multifactor authentication procedures that keep your account information safe in Online and Mobile Banking.