Brunswick State Bank is committed to protecting your privacy and security. We will never initiate a request for sensitive information, such as a Social Security number, account number or PIN, via email. We strongly suggest that you do not share your personal ID, password, PIN, or account number with anyone.
Below are some of the safeguards we have in place to protect against security breaches in the online environment:
User ID and Password
Our system is designed to limit online account access to those possessing the User ID and Password associated with your account(s).
We have encryption technology in place that allows for the protection of data in transit between your computer and ours. A secure website address will begin with https:// (the “s” signifies secure). The “closed lock” icon will usually indicate whether a communication session is encrypted also.
Our computer systems include “firewalls” that we monitor and that are designed to protect against unauthorized access to our systems.
Our system is designed to log you off automatically after 10 minutes of inactivity.
We only display the last three digits of your account numbers online to prevent people looking over your shoulder and seeing the full number.
User ID and Password
Things you should do to protect yourself online:
When you are done online, log-off (look for the log-off link we provide). We suggest you do this before you shut your computer off and before you surf to any other web sites.
Don’t use e-mail to send us or anyone else sensitive information (such as social security numbers, account numbers, etc.) even if the request looks like it came from Brunswick State Bank, a regulator, or an auditor. If these e-mails tell you your account will be shut down if you don’t act quickly, DON’T BE INTIMIDATED. The Brunswick State Bank will NEVER request you to verify an account number, password, PIN or Social Security number through an e-mail. If you are unsure, do not click on any of the links or attachments. Call the Brunswick State Bank at 402-842-2435 or 1-888-393-7945.
Security for your own Computer – Protect your own computer by doing these things:
Additional Things you should do to protect yourself:
If you are a victim of Identity Theft, follow these three steps:
If you have questions please: