Here at 21st Century Bank, we believe it’s our duty to protect you, your family, and your business from an illegal banking-related activity. With the technology gains of this century, it’s even easier for those with ill intent to target, and take advantage of, our local community members.
Cybersecurity is the art of protecting networks, devices, and data from unlawful access or criminal use and the practice of guaranteeing confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information. Communication, transportation, shopping, and medicine are just some of the things that rely on computers systems and the Internet now. Much of your personal information is stored either on your computer, smartphone, tablet or possibly on someone else’s system. Knowing how to protect the information that you have stored is of high importance not just for an individual but for an organization and those in it.
Cybersecurity Starts with You
Every time you use the Internet, you face choices related to your security. Friends can be selected, links clicked, websites accessed, and wireless networks can be joined. Your security and the security of the nation depends on making secure online decisions. Making the Internet more safe and secure requires all of us to take responsibility for our own cybersecurity posture.
Cybersecurity Threats are All Around Us
As cyber-attacks and their consequences grow, the imperative for cybersecurity and resilience is becoming increasingly important, not just to homeland security, but to businesses, schools, and individuals. Attackers use a variety of vulnerabilities and phishing attacks to compromise the security of networks and devices. To approach this threat effectively and protect your networks, it is even more necessary to become familiar with cyber essentials.
It’s important to 21st Century Bank that you’re aware of the latest financial and identity-related threats, and understand how to protect yourself. Explore our cybersecurity resources below from The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (cisa.gov) to ensure you stay safe. If you have any questions, let our team know and we’ll help you navigate cybersecurity.
Disclaimer: Do not share confidential, privileged, or sensitive information via unencrypted email. As with any information submitted over the internet, there is a risk that the information could be intercepted, viewed, or retrieved by a third party. For your protection, please do not include personal information, such as Social Security numbers or account numbers, in email messages.
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