software and anti-malware programs on your computers.
software to prevent the "hacking" of your computer by fraudsters
looking to collect your personal information.
Stay current with your
computer's operating system, which may contain updates and patches
to close security loopholes.
Be diligent in tracking
your transactional activity and reporting of suspicious activity.
passwords associated with online and mobile banking login screens.
Limit access to your
online banking account to yourself.
Never respond to
unsolicited requests for confidential account login information such
as IDs, passwords, and token pass codes. Fraudsters may
attempt to obtain this information by email, text message, or phone.
Columbus Bank never
initiates contact with you to ask for your confidential account sign
on information, including IDs, passwords, and token pass codes.
To help safeguard your
confidential information do not select links in emails or text
messages, download attachments, or install programs unless you are
certain that they are from a trusted sender.
Be aware that
downloadable files from any source could be harmful to your computer
or mobile device. Be particularly cautious when opening
unexpected emails from known or unknown senders.