Do you notice (and maybe even occasionally get annoyed at) the "software update" messages that you frequently receive from your device? Do you allow those updates to run? Or do you select "not now"?
As the state of Kansas begins its phased reopening, the use of our branch lobbies are available to you once again.
Password Managers work by storing all your passwords in a database, sometimes called a vault.
While we're following stay at home orders, our mobile deposit feature can come in super handy!
The SecureLock app is a great way to track and manage all of your debit card transactions...and be alerted right away if any suspicious activity is detected.
It's safe and easy to handle all of your basic banking needs from home!
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To virtually celebrate Community Bankers Week, we want to SEE YOUR HAPPY!
BE AWARE - we have seen a fraudulent email circulating that states recipients "may be eligible" to receive a Coronavirus stimulus check if they open and complete an "application"...
In honor of World Health Day this week, and with deep appreciation for all of the front line healthcare workers making remarkable sacrifices all around the world during the Covid-19 pandemic, we are proud to support...
Here are some quick tips to get your digital life in order and establish new digital habits...
The disaster declaration extends to all 105 Kansas counties, making low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital available for Kansas small businesses suffering substantial economic injury.
The ramifications of sharing too much on social media can have an impact on not only your personal life, but on that of your family and friends as well.
Read this month's security newsletter on social media privacy to learn what to look out for above and beyond privacy settings on your social media platforms.
Tax-related identity theft is a real concern, especially during tax season! The Federal Trade Commission released this information to help keep you safe, and to provide helpful information about what to do should you experience this type of thing.
Have you ever thought about the uncomfortable question, what happens to our digital presence when we die or become incapacitated? Should we create a "digital inheritance" plan?
Messaging attacks (sometimes called Smishing, a play on the word Phishing) are when cyber attackers use messaging technologies to try to trick you into taking an action you shouldn't...