Protect Your Information - Protect Yourself
You don’t have to be a cybersecurity expert to protect yourself against
hackers and identity theft.Small actions like creating strong passwords,
using different passwords for different accounts and exercising caution
when sharing personal information online, can make a huge impact in
your risk exposure.
World Password Day - May 2nd, 2019
Reduce Your Risk Exposure
Limiting information disclosed—Never respond to text messages,
emails or phone calls that request sensitive personal information such
as your banking ID, account numbers, user name or password,even if
the messages appear to come from your bank, governmentagencies
or officials or companies with which you have a relationship.
computer security software and apply software updates to your computer
system, mobile devices, web browsers and operating systemto defend
against viruses, malware and other online threats.
Monitoring account activity— Pay attention to your statements and check
your credit report regularly for any suspicious activity, such asunusual or
unexplained charges, unknown accounts in your name, orunexpected
denials on your card. Contact your bank immediately if younotice anything