Mobile Banking Safety Tips
Convenience is the driving factor in the rise of mobile banking. It provides customers with freedom and flexibility. As smartphones and tablets continue to gain popularity, however, hackers are finding new ways to steal information. We urge you to be cautious when using mobile devices for banking, and offer the following tips to help keep your information secure:
- Avoid storing sensitive information like passwords and Social Security numbers in your mobile device.
- Password protect your mobile device and lock it while not in use.
- Be aware of your surroundings when typing sensitive information.
- Log out when you complete a mobile banking session.
- Protect your device from viruses and malware by installing mobile security software.
- Download all updates for device software and mobile applications.
- If you change your phone number or lose your mobile device, let us know immediately.
- Monitor your accounts regularly and report suspicious activity.
We highly value your security and are available to answer any questions you may have. Please call Tracy Miller for any security related issues.
Tracy L. Miller
Senior Vice President
Cash Management Department