Cybersecurity & Fraud Protection
Tips and Tools for
Fighting Online Fraud
Citywide Banks is committed to safeguarding your personal identification and financial information. Through our privacy policies, online banking security measures, new technology investment, and data handling procedures, helping to stop online fraud is a daily goal. However, successful fraud protection also requires you, our client, to take precautions to ensure your personal and financial information remain uncompromised. Together, we can help thwart any attempts by thieves to fraudulently use your identity or access your personal information.
- Basic Security Tips
- Best Practices for Businesses
- How Citywide Banks Helps Protect Your Info
- Identity Theft Resources
Basic Security Tips:
Basic Security Tips
Best Practices for Businesses:
Best Security Practices for Businesses
Develop a comprehensive Cybersecurity Plan for your company:
How Citywide Banks Helps Protect Your Info:
How Citywide Banks Helps Protect Your Information
Citywide Banks is committed to work as a team with our clients to counter evolving threats. Here are just a few of the ways we work to strengthen security:
CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM (CIP) NOTICE
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all banks to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account.
What does this mean for you?
When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We will also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying documents.
Citywide Banks follows this law by obtaining identifying information, including a valid form of picture identification, and verifying the information you provide. Identification will be requested from existing customers because original documentation may not have been obtained when the account was originally opened. In all cases, protection of our customer's identity and confidentiality is our pledge to you.
Identity Theft Resources:
Identity Theft Resources
IDENTITYTHEFT.gov | The Federal Trade Commission has put together this helpful website about reporting and recovering from identity theft.
DENVER DA | Consumer Fraud Alerts | The Denver District Attorney's office maintains a helpful list of current fraud scams.
DENVER POLICE | Fraud Prevention | The Denver Police maintains an overview of the latest fraud and theft prevention tips along with information about how to respond if you've been a victim.
FDIC | Cybersecurity & Consumer Protection | This website offers more information and tips to protect yourself from identity theft.
Banking Tools to Strengthen Fraud Protection
Utilizing a new proprietary technology called Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST) and Near Field Communication (NFC), Samsung Pay™ enables compatible Galaxy devices to make secure transactions at virtually any payment terminal in Colorado and across the world.
Security ID Token (Virtual)
As an extra level of online banking security, Citywide Banks provides Treasury Management clients with virtual security tokens. Using their mobile device or desktop PC, clients download a randomly regenerated six-digit code and input it as part of their online banking log-in credentials.
Trusteer Rapport provides an extra layer of protection against cyber thieves targeting ACH, wire transfer, and online banking users. The product consists of a software application that is installed on any device you use to access your Citywide Banks account (e.g. desktop PC, tablet).
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