Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Every individual should own their role in protecting their information and securing their systems and devices. Below, NCSA highlights tips you can put into action now:
- Make a long, unique passphrase. Length trumps complexity.
- Passphrases are not enough. Use multi-factor authentication whenever offered.
- When in doubt, throw it out. Links in emails, texts, social media and more are the easiest way for cyber criminals to get your sensitive information. Be aware of clicking on links or downloading anything that comes from a stranger or you were not expecting.
- Keep a clean machine. Configure your devices to automatically update or to notify you when updates are needed.
- Own your online presence. Every time you sign up for a new account, download a new app, or get a new device, immediately configure the privacy and security settings to your comfort level for information sharing.
Email Security Best Practices
At Community Bank of the Chesapeake we believe in keeping your information protected and secured.
Protect Your Mobile Phone From CyberCrime
Mobile Banking can be as safe as banking from your home computer, as long as you take the same precautions.
7 Tips for Protecting Yourself Online
Though the internet has many advantages, it can also make users vulnerable to fraud, identity theft and other scams. Protect yourself online with these tips.
Learn how to protect yourself from email fraud.
FDIC: Cybersecurity Awareness Basics
Consumers increasingly rely on computers and the Internet - the "cyber" world - for everything from shopping and communicating to banking and bill-paying.
Safe Mobile Banking: Latest Tips for Protecting Yourself
Using a smartphone, "tablet" computer or other mobile device to manage your finances can be convenient and help you monitor your money from practically anywhere.
How to Select a More Secure Password
Do you use the same password for everything you do online?
How Secure are Your Social Networks?
Are you on Facebook? Twitter? LinkedIn? Protecting your networks is up to you.
Mobile Devices: Stay Safe on the Go
Make certain you are taking the proper precautions to keep you and your mobile device safe.
Protect Your Debit Card
While your debit card may look like a credit card, the potential losses resulting from debit card fraud can actually be more severe.
What to Do If Your Identity's Been Stolen
If you suspect that your personal information has been used to commit fraud or theft, the Federal Trade Commission recommends you take the following steps right away.
How to Detect Identity Theft
Did you know as many as 9 million Americans have their identities stolen each year?
12 Ways to Protect Your Mobile Device
Your mobile device provides you convenient access to your email, bank and social media accounts. Unfortunately, it can potentially provide the same convenient access for criminals.
5 Ways to Protect Your Small Business From Account Fraud
Corporate account takeover is a type of fraud where thieves gain access to a business’ finances that may not be recoverable.
Clues Your Identity Has Been Stolen
Look out for these strange clues, that could mean Identity Theft!
How e-Statements Help Keep You More Secure
According to a Survey conducted by Javelin Strategy and the Better Business Bureau, theft of paper mail is among the three most common ways identity thieves gain access to private information.
Going on Vacation? Protect Yourself While You're Away
Identity theft can happen any time, but you could be an easier target when away from your home.
Looking for more resources to protect your finances? The American Bankers Association provides great articles and tips to keeping your money secure.
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