Tips for Performing Financial Transactions Safely Online – Tip #3

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

Tips for Performing Financial Transactions Safely Online – Tip #2

Tip #2. Create Strong Passwords

  • Mix combinations of words, digits, and special characters
  • Use different passwords
  • You should not use the same password for multiple accounts. If one of your online accounts is hacked, that single password could be used by hackers to access other accounts you have, like a bank account.
  • Be creative
  • Don’t use obvious passwords like birth dates, phone numbers, family member’s names, or anything else directly related to your life. Be creative and choose passwords that are not easy to guess.
  • Don’t write your password down




March Employee of the Month

Kaye Cannon has been selected as the CNB Employee of the Month for March 2012. Kaye serves as a Branch Operations Manager for our Marshall office and is the Eastern Region Teller Coach. Kaye’s technical expertise along with her dedication to her work and to her employees is well known, and she is very deserving of this Employee of the Month honor.

Young Woman of the Year Award

Congratulations to our very own Patti Williams!

 Patti received the Louise Jacks “Young Woman of the Year” award for 2011.  Patti was presented the award at the Henderson Area Chamber of Commerce 86th Annual Banquet & Awards Ceremony held on March 8, 2012 at the Henderson Civic Center.

The Louise Jacks award was first given in 1993.  Mrs. Jacks objective is to honor young women who exhibit excellent leadership skills in the Henderson community.

Greatness is not found in possessions, power, position or prestige. It is discovered in goodness, humility, service and character – William Arthur Ward