Internet Banking Security Tips

November 30, 2016

Internet Banking Security Tips

Securing Computers and Mobile Devices for Internet Banking and Shopping Your computer and mobile devices have multiple access points. These include the internet connection that the device utilizes, the wireless networks that you connect those devices to, and the email accounts in which you send and receive messages. These access points should be continuously safeguarded […]

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Somerville National Bank Encourages Customers to Be Cautious of Phishing Scams

November 21, 2016

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Phishing is a type of fraud that involves an attacker attempting to learn and utilize an individual’s personal information. Examples include credentials used for logins, banking information, and other types of financial information by masquerading as an entity that is considered to be reputable and/or a trusted individual known to the victim through instant messaging […]

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Cyber Tips for Holiday Shopping

November 17, 2016

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The holidays are right around the corner and that means food, fun, parties, and lots of online shopping. Online shopping can be a great solution, allowing you to find the perfect gift and saving time, but it can also end with identity theft, malware, and other cyber unpleasantness. Rather than letting it ruin your holiday […]

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Cybersecurity Checklist for Bank Customers

November 15, 2016

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Consumers are becoming increasingly dependent upon computers, mobile devices, and the World Wide Web for everything from communication with others, shopping, accessing medical records, paying bills, to banking. In honor of this, we’d like to share our Cybersecurity Checklist for you today. While it is true that technology provides consumers with a more convenient means of […]

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How to Protect Your Financial Information from Malware

November 7, 2016

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In recent years, there has been an increase in cases involving the theft of personal financial information and data through the means of malicious software, or “malwareâ€. This type of software represents a broad class of programming, which is designed and released with malicious purpose and intent. Malware is commonly referred to as a “virus†[…]

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