Online & Mobile banking gives you 24/7 access to your accounts – which means hackers could access them too! To keep your accounts safe from unauthorized users, we’ve implemented ample security efforts and developed recommended tips to protect your assets.
To help us keep your accounts safe, we recommend securing your online experience by updating your browser periodically. Browsers are a key part of keeping your online financial experience and information safe. Browsers become more secure with each release, so don't miss out! No matter what browser you use, make sure you have the latest version installed.
Visit your preferred internet browser provider’s website to download the most recent version.
My Bank TX Mobile Banking protects your financial information from unauthorized access:
Your customer information is not stored on the mobile device at any time. Users are required to authenticate to access their information and account numbers are masked as nicknames (if customer has configured in their online banking preferences).
Transactions that move money require a confirmation code (established within online banking).
Session timeouts will log the user off after a period of inactivity.
Switching to other applications on the device will log the user off.
"Many users appreciate the fast and informal transactions that mobile applications offer. But as they gain ground in the banking landscape, cybercriminals are not far behind."
The following resources provide reliable information for Mobile Banking Security. Click the links below to discover how attackers compromise mobile banking users and what security precautions can prevent these attacks.
*These sites are external resources, and are not operated by Community National Bank & Trust of Texas.
Trend Micro, a global leader in cybersecurity, urges mobile banking users to use secure applications and establish safe network connections in their Mobile Money article. Click below to read more!READ ARTICLE
Keep a clean machine, protect personal information, and connect with care. These tips can be found in the National Cyber Security Alliance's article on Mobile Devices. Visit their website for more info!READ ARTICLE