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How We Protect You

We Work Hard To Protect Our Members' Personal And Financial Information

Encrypted Data

As stated in our Privacy Policy, our website uses high-grade Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption. SSL protects you during all transactions involving sensitive data to and from members.

Sign On Security

Signing on to Digital Banking requires multi-factor authentication. Multi-factor authentication is a secure and effective means of identity verification. It lets us know that it's really you accessing your accounts.

Internal Protections

A wide variety of security software protects our internal network. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Current intrusion detection and prevention systems
  • Multiple firewalls
  • Real-time virus and malware detection

We also conduct routine and regular security analysis on our network.

Employee Security

We use strict internal employee protocols that govern the management of sensitive information. Our policies are regularly reviewed and updated.

Online Services

We have a variety of services to help lower your risk of identity theft and mail fraud:

Learn more about eStatements, check images, and Bill Pay.

Fraud Alerts

Free and convenient real-time fraud alerts via text message to help prevent fraudulent activity on your debit card transactions.

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