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Mobile Device Safety
* Due to the rise in mobile device use along with the amount of sensitive data stored, it is more important than ever that a consumer treat their mobile device with the same precautions as a computer. These devices have the capability to store sensitive data, including account information, website logins and passwords, and location information. Since mobile cyber attacks increase every year, it is essential that consumers stay up to date and protected against the growing risk of viruses, malicious apps, and device theft. Listed below are 10 steps that are recommended to help reduce your risk to exposure of mobile security threats.
10 Steps to Help Reduce Mobile Security Threats
- 1. User Authentication - Set PINS and Passwords for Your Mobile Device
Measures We Take to Protect You
- Privacy Policies - We the bank instill privacy policies to protect your personal and financial information. These policies are enforced and training is provided reguarly to employess to protect you the customer.
FDIC Consumer Education
- A FDIC on-line tool is available to help educate consumers how to better protect their computers and themselves from identity theft, and steps to take if they have been victimized. The presentation: Donít Be an On-Line Victim: How to Guard Against Internet Thieves and Electronic Scams is on the FDICís website at www.fdic.gov/consumers/consumer/index.html.