Internet Banking



8 Common-Sense Tips to Keep Your Smartphone Secure

From locking your smartphone with a pin to installing a security app, these common-sense tips will help keep you and your information protected. Here are eight tips to boost the security of your smartphone and what you store on it:

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The Biden administration is proposing requiring financial institutions report to the IRS all transactions of all business and personal accounts worth more than $600. This is an unprecedented invasion of privacy. Click here for more information and how you can let your congress member or senator know your  feelings on the matter

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Billions of passwords leaked online from past data breaches

Dubbed RockYou2021, the list as revealed on a hacker forum contains 8.4 billion password entries, says CyberNews. Click here for more info

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Your guide to protecting your privacy online

The things we do throughout the course of our day give businesses access to information about our habits, tastes, and activities. Some might use it to deliver targeted ads to you, or to give you content based on your location, like stores nearby or the weather forecast. Others might sell or share that information. Whether […]

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How to Tell a Job Offer from an ID Theft Trap

One of the oldest scams around — the fake job interview that seeks only to harvest your personal and financial data — is on the rise, the FBI warns. Here’s the story of a recent LinkedIn impersonation scam that led to more than 100 people getting duped, and one almost-victim who decided the job offer […]

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