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Online Security Center

Online security is more important than ever before. Rest assured, protecting your personal information is one of our top priorities. We are committed to providing you with the tools, tips and resources you need to keep your information safe and secure.

Our Online Security Center is designed to be your go-to resource for information and best practices that will help you recognize fraud before it’s too late. Familiarize yourself with the following information to find out how we protect you and how you can protect yourself by identifying, preventing and reporting fraudulent activity.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions and check back regularly to read our blog with articles relating to the latest cybercrimes. Remember, NebraskaLand Bank will never ask you to provide or verify account or login information by email, phone or text message. This includes account numbers, user IDs, passwords and debit or credit card information.

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ID Theft for Business

Cybersecurity attacks on owners and employees at small and medium sized businesses are increasing at an alarming rate. These attacks can result in significant business disruption and substantial monetary losses. A staggering 95% of cybersecurity breaches are due to human error. The good news is fraud can be prevented with proper training. That’s why NebraskaLand Bank is providing this free virtual training for you and your employees. A well-trained workforce may be your best defense against fraud and data breaches.

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With our reliance on technology, it is important to keep yourself informed to avoid falling victim of fraud. Chances are you have already been a target of a cybercriminal or fraudster.  One common type of fraud is referred to as Social Engineering.  Social engineering is a technique used to manipulate a victim into disclosing information or taking a specific action. Fraudsters will communicate with an intended target by saying they are from a trusted organization or financial institution.  They may even impersonate someone the target knows.

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Chances are, you’re among the 72% of Americans who use social media. Maybe you enjoy the “short and sweet” appeal of Twitter and Snapchat, or you like Facebook because it’s a great place to stay in touch with old friends and family. If you’re a real social media maven, you could be active on all the major platforms. It doesn’t matter which site or app you choose, though. What is important is how you use social media and what you’re sharing — or oversharing.

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