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  • April 2022 - Top Tips for Personal Security

    Here are a few tips to avoid data theft, financial loss, or malware infections:

  • 'Tis the Season for Online Romance Scams

    Look for red flags and know what action to take if you believe you or someone you know has become the victim of a scam. 

  • YOUR Bank's Upgrades

    EXCITING changes are coming your way on March 21!

    The same great service you've come to expect, plus upgrades to 
    improve YOUR banking experience!

    Improved Digital/Mobile App Features

    Enhanced Online Banking Tool for our Business Clients

    Voice Response Access for Automated Phone Calls

     

  • January 2022 - Spot and Stop Messaging Attacks

    Messaging attacks are attacks that occur when cyber attackers use SMS, texting, or similar messaging technologies to trick you into taking an action you should not take. 

    A common scam is a message telling you that you won an iPhone, and you only need to click on a link and
    fill out a survey to claim it.

     

  • December 2021 - Cybersecurity Tips For Vacations

    Traveling for the holidays? Planning a trip for next year? Be sure you are up to speed on these cybersecurity tips for travel...

     

  • THE 12 SCAMS OF CHRISTMAS

    Over the holidays, there is often an uptick in scams and fraud.

    Be on the lookout for the Better Business Bureau's "12 Scams of Christmas".

     

  • Week 4 of Cyber Security Month - Identity Theft & Internet Scams

    Today’s technology allows us to connect around the world, to bank and shop online, and to control our televisions, homes, and cars from our smartphones. With this added convenience comes an increased risk of identity theft and Internet scams.

    #BeCyberSmart on the Internet—at home, at school, at work, on mobile devices, and on the go.

  • Week 4 of Cyber Security Month - Best Practices for Using Public Wifi

    Public Wi-Fi networks can now be found almost everywhere – in airports, coffee shops, libraries, restaurants, malls, and hotels – making it easy for anyone to connect to the Internet wherever they are. Although these Wi-Fi hotspots can be convenient, they are not always secure, potentially exposing you to online risks and presenting an opportunity for cybercriminals to steal sensitive information. It is important to understand these risks and take measures to protect yourself while connecting to Wi-Fi networks.

  • Week 3 of Cyber Security Month - Online Gaming Tip Card

    For children and young adults, online games can be educational and provide interaction with others.

    However, it is important to recognize the risks associated with online games and take steps to make sure your kids are staying safe online.

  • Week 3 of Cyber Security Month - Protecting Your Digital Home

    More and more of our home devices— including thermostats, door locks, coffee machines, and smoke alarms—are now connected to the Internet.

    These advances in technology are innovative and intriguing, however they also pose a new set of security risks.

     

  • Week 2 of Cyber Security Month - 5 Ways to be Cyber Secure at Work

    From the top leadership to the newest employee, cybersecurity requires the vigilance of everyone to keep data, customers, and capital safe and secure.

  • How to Block Mobile Attacks

    October is Cyber-Security Month! 

    All month long we will be posting tips and resources to help keep yourself cyber-secure. 

    Our first post: 20 Ways to Block Mobile Attacks

    Don't let your guard down just because you're on a mobile device. Be just as careful as you would on a desktop!

  • PSB News To Use - FRAUDS & SCAMS

    The Federal Trade Commission received more than 2.1 million fraud reports from consumers in 2020, according to newly released data, with imposter scams remaining the most common type of fraud reported to the agency.

    Online shopping was the second-most common fraud category reported by consumers, elevated by a surge of reports in the early days of the pandemic.

    Consumers reported losing more than $3.3 billion to fraud in 2020. 

     

  • September 2021 - One Simple Step to Securing Your Accounts

    When it comes to protecting your accounts, you are most likely already using some type of
    password. There are several ways to authenticate yourself into an account: something you have,
    something you know, something you are, somewhere you are.

    While no sole step will stop all cyber criminals, one of the most important steps you
    can take is to enable something called two-factor authentication on your most important accounts. 

  • Get Schooled on CyberSecurity - Online Learning Security Tips

    As online learning becomes increasingly prevalent in schools and universities, it is important to understand some basic cybersecurity steps that students, parents, faculty and staff can take to help make sure they move to the top of the class securely. 

     

     

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