In today's growing world of online banking, it is important to know what you can do to protect your accounts and confidential information. utilizes state-of-the-art equipment, industry best practices, and follows all industry regulatory requirements regarding the protection of customer information. However, you hold the keys to the best methods of preventing fraud.

Here are some recommendations to strengthen your information protection efforts:

Change your password every 30-60 days. Passwords should contain letter and number combinations and never contain common words.
Conduct financial transactions only with trusted and secure sites. When shopping or banking online, it is important to make sure you are using a secure connection. You can check for a secure site by looking at the web site address. Look for an "s" to follow http (i.e. https://). Also, many web browsers show an image of a padlock to indicate a secure connection.
Utilize an antivirus program and install firewalls. This software can be found at any reputable electronics/computer store or software web site.
Encrypt any wireless internet routers. This process will "lock" the router from unauthorized external access. Most router providers can assist in this process.
Reconcile your bank transactions often and immediately report any suspected fraud.
Use dual controls for ACH transactions and wire transfers (example: utilizing separate origination and authorization).
Do not allow your staff to perform online banking function from a home computer or free wireless connection such as an internet café.

If you ever suspect that your account is at risk or fraudulent activity has occurred, please contact us as soon as possible. You can report fraudulent email using our Report Internet Fraud Form or email us at reportfraud@fnni.com.

At , we understand the importance of protecting your privacy and security. We are committed to protecting your confidential information and that is why it is one of our top priorities.

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