skip to main content

BizConnect online banking is about to get even better!

Here's great news! We are launching a new business online banking experience that will make managing your business finances easier than ever.

What's New...

BizConnect will now be known as Business Online Banking. A fresh, new look and seamless functionality will make Business Online Banking simple to use with convenient access to your most commonly used services.

Learn More Today   Continue to Login

NLNB Blog

4 Data Privacy Day Tips

<a href="https://cyberscout.com/education/blog/4-data-privacy-day-tips">4 Data Privacy Day Tips</a>

It’s Data Privacy Day, so here are a few quick and easy data privacy related activities you can do to protect your identity and finances:

  1. Check your privacy settings on social media: Between Cambridge Analytica, Google +, and many other social media-related hacks, gaffes, and data breaches that have transpired over the last year or two, today is the perfect time to check your accounts and make sure you’re not sharing anything with the public that could expose you to identity theft or worse: Keep answers to your security questions off of Facebook, don’t share upcoming travel plans, and more generally, don’t overshare. The more information you make public, the easier a target you are to hit. 
  2. Close your old accounts: Remember Friendster? MySpace? Do you have an old dating profile you haven’t used in years? Chances are, they’re still out there and providing information about you. Do a little bit of spring cleaning on old accounts you don’t use anymore. If any of them have the same passwords as any current accounts, close those too, while you’re at it. 
  3. Enable 2-Factor Authentication on everything: Because right now at least one archive with the login credentials for 773 million people is online, it’s probably a good idea to connect your online accounts to a cell phone or an authentication app. And if a service doesn’t support 2-Factor Authentication, close it - they’re not taking your security seriously enough. 
  4. Create burner email account for non-essentials: There’s a multitude of ad trackers out there compiling and sharing data on your browsing history, as well as your purchases both on- and offline. Creating separate email accounts for your online shopping can provide a modicum of separation and privacy. It’s not foolproof, but it’s a free and easy way to split the data that you’re unwittingly providing online.

Link to original article

Local People. Local Decisions. Local Ownership.
NebraskaLand National Bank is committed to website compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
We strive to make our site useful and accessible to everyone. If you have questions or comments regarding the website please contact us.
copyright © 2004-2019 NebraskaLand National Bank. All rights reserved. / sitemap / Admin Login
top
^