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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.

Identity Theft Protection
ID Theft for Business

Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the country, and everyday activities like disposing of documents present opportunities for sensitive information to be stolen. In recognition of this risk, NebraskaLand Bank takes proactive measures to protect our customers through initiatives like Comm(unity) Shred Day. This free event, taking place in both North Platte and Kearney, provides a safe and environmentally friendly way for community residents and local businesses to dispose of important documents.


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While consumers are constantly bombarded with electronic ads, and the dangers of online scams, the average buyer has evolved and will research before signing the dotted line. Other lending and insurance marketers have resorted to purchasing consumer information to seem legitimate.

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Unlike the younger generations who grew up with the internet, tablets and modern technology, older family members can face unique challenges in today’s digital world. Many technologies serve to make tasks simpler, provide personalized services or hold capabilities that benefit seniors and older adults.  Yet the online world is host to a variety of threats that may not be obvious to older users.


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