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Customer Security Awareness

We Prioritize Your Security

At First National Bank, we're always looking to improve. We conduct ongoing testing and verification of our critical systems to identify and resolve security threats and vulnerabilities. Plus, we require and provide ongoing training for employees and representatives on information security best practices, security policies, procedures and event handling.

Online security starts with vigilance and knowledge about how to combat fraud.

12/01/2019

Data Breach

Over half of Americans don't know if they were caught up in a data breach. Are you one?
 
11/01/2019

Malware Attacks

Windows 7 users hit with a spike in malware attacks. Is your device secure?
 
09/01/2019

Phishing Uptick

Huge phishing uptick targets Facebook and Instagram Users. Are you paying attention?
 
08/01/2019

VPN Mystery

Unlocking the mystery of VPNs: Why do you need one?
 
07/01/2019

Android

Not so good stuff heading our way on Android.
 
04/01/2019

Internet Explorer

The end of Internet Explorer is here.
 
03/01/2019

Phishing Attacks

Hackers impersonate these 10 brands the most in phishing attacks.
 
01/01/2019

Passwords Found For Sale

Collection of 773 million emails and 21 million passwords found for sale.
 
01/01/2019

iPhone Scam

New iPhone scam! Were you targeted?
 
12/01/2018

Cyber Monday

How to avoid the top 10 security threats.
 
09/01/2018

FBI Consumer Warnings

FBI posts consumer warning about the Internet of things.
 
05/01/2018

Banking Malware Revised

Banking malware revised to be undetectable and still steal your information.
 
04/01/2018

Gear up for Paydays

As tax day looms, hackers gear up for paydays.
 
11/01/2017

ID Theft Victims

Children can also be ID Theft Victims.
 
10/01/2017

Unsubscribing

Don't get hooked unsubscribing.
 
09/01/2017

Equifax

Equifax has been pointing people to a knockoff phishing site.
 
09/01/2017

Protect your ID

When information is lost or exposed - what to do?
 
09/01/2017

Phishing Scams

Potential Hurricane Harvey phishing scam.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

How to Make Your Online Experience Secure

Take a few easy steps to protect yourself and safeguard your account information.

Shopping and Surfing Online

  • Update your browser regularly

Securing Your Computer

  • Install appropriate anti-spyware and anti-virus protection software on your computer to detect programs that can steal personal information.
  • Install a personal firewall to help prevent unauthorized access to your computer.
  • Keep your operating system and software running smoothly by installing recommended patches and updates regularly.
  • Never leave your computer unattended for someone else to gain access.

Protecting Your Personal Information

  • This includes your Social Security number, account numbers and driver’s license numbers.
  • Never share your online banking username and/or password with anyone.
  • Never share your debit card and PIN with anyone.
  • Never provide your Social Security number to anyone unless you have initiated the request.
  • Never use birth dates, Social Security numbers, phone numbers or account numbers for passwords.
  • Never answer emails asking you to verify account numbers or passwords.
  • Use unique passwords for any site that contains sensitive information and change passwords regularly.
  • Always log out and close your browser when you have completed your online banking session.

Keep in mind, a First National Bank representative will never ask for your username, password or PIN.

Stay Informed

Use these online resources to stay updated on various cybersecurity threats.