You can download the full PDF of “Tips for Performing Financial Transactions Safely Online” with all the tips we have posted over the past couple of weeks at the CNB website.
CNB employee Gordon Northcutt was on the Longview Rotary Club team that placed 1st at the 21st Annual Bee for Literacy. Great job Gordon! Follow the link below to read the full article.
Gordon Northcutt (middle) & the Longview Rotary Team with the 21st Annual Bee for Literacy trophy.
Gordon Northcutt (right) and the Longview Rotary Team celebrate after winning the 21st Annual Bee for Literacy.
6. Protect Your Mobile Device
- Treat your mobile device with the same care to security as you would your computer at home
- Keep your operating system up-to-date
- Keep your mobile device in your sight
- Turn off Bluetooth when not in use
- Use available malware and anti-virus apps
- Download apps from reputable app stores
- It is a good idea to password protect your mobile device
5. Monitor Your Account Activity
- Utilize Online Banking and Mobile Banking to monitor your account activity
- Set-up account alerts by email and text message
- Request a credit report to detect potential fraud
- Each year, you’re entitled to one free credit report from each of the major U.S. Credit Bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion
- Visit www.annualcreditreport.com to get this free report
3. Look For Signs a Website is Legitimate
- Before entering any personal information, check to see if the web address is secure by looking for https and a padlock; the padlock may be in the address bar or in the lower right hand corner of the screen.
- Make sure you’re at the correct site by looking for a green address bar; below are examples of this from CNB’s website:
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
- Apple Safari