The Heartbleed Bug
Settlers bank has investigated its systems — including Personal and Business Online Banking, and Remote Deposit Capture — and verified that we are not using Open SSL and are therefore not vulnerable to Heartbleed.
Be aware that your sensitive data, such as passwords, may have been seen by a third party if you visited other sites that use a vulnerable version of Open SSL Library. To protect your data:
- Update your passwords now, including your Settlers bank Online Banking password
- Watch out for phishing emails from attackers asking you to update your password. To avoid going to an impersonated website, do not click on any links provided. Go directly to the official site domain.
- Visit only reputable websites and services. They are most likely to have addressed the vulnerability immediately.
- Monitor your bank and credit card statements to check for any unusual transactions
For more information visit our Security Resources: Protecting Your Assets, Accounts, and Information section, below.
Security Resources: Theft or Loss
To Report a Lost or Stolen Sb Debit Card: 1.800.523.4175
To Report a Lost or Stolen Sb Credit Card: 1.800.423.7503
Lost or Stolen Mobile Device?
Immediately report the loss to your organization and/or mobile service provider.
Follow this link for steps to recovery: Taking Charge: What to Do If Your Identity is Stolen
Security Resources: Communications Safety
E-mail is not a secure transmission route. Settlers bank will never require clients to send personal information via e-mail. Any unsolicited requests you receive through e-mail, pop-up windows, or Websites should be considered fraudulent. Please report any such incidents to us immediately.
Security Resources: Protecting your assets, accounts, and information
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