This article contains information on how to use mobile device security, online security, general PC security, passwords and additional information security resources to keep your accounts safe online.
In a social engineering attack, an attacker uses human interaction to manipulate a person into providing them information. People have a natural tendency to trust. Social engineering attacks attempt to exploit this tendency in order to steal your information.
These are additional resources to learn more about information security and fraud prevention.
Being online exposes us to cyber criminals and others who commit identity theft, fraud, and harassment. Every time we connect to the Internet—at home, at school, at work, or on our mobile devices—we make decisions that affect our cybersecurity. Emerging cyber threats require engagement from the entire community to create a safer cyber environment—from government and law enforcement to the private sector and, most importantly, members of the public.
These terms sound scary, but our experts are here to help if you find yourself with unauthorized account activity.
Taking the time to secure your passwords is simpler than you might think, and can result in immeasurable pay off. So, how can you change your passwords to make them more secure? Read on for some tips that will help protect your information online, and keep yourself safe.
Our priority is to keep your identity and account information safe. Review key security steps you can take to create strong User IDs and Passwords to help keep your accounts secure.
These days, the most effective way to steal isn’t in person – it’s online. Phishing scams are fraudulent attempts (usually through email) to steal sensitive information, get money, or convince the user to download something that may contain malware. One of the most common scams is posing as a bank.
It’s important to take proactive measures to prevent your financial information from falling into the hands of opportunistic criminals. Follow these five steps from Sunflower Bank to help keep your financial information secure.
Protecting yourself from scams and cybercriminals remains an ongoing battle of the digital age. The pandemic provided fruitful ground for scammers, who used the opportunity to gain lucrative financial and personal information from unsuspecting victims. The threat of scammers continues as they shift their nefarious actions to better catch people off guard.
Due to reports of “Bank Jugging” incidents in several states, we're sharing important information to help keep our customers and bank visitors safe.