In fact, recent studies suggest that consumers who use online account
access are more likely to spot suspicious transactions on their accounts.
phishing attacks don't make Online Banking unsafe. Their goal is to make
you think that you are using Oshkosh Truck CUís Online Banking website
when you are actually looking at a "spoofed" site, then to trick you into
giving away your personal information.
The online banking portion of OTCU's website is secure due to a
combination of security measures at the website level and and at the
server level. These security measures make your communication
sessions from within the online banking section of the website secure.
In addition, there are steps which you can take to
further protect your account. For instance:
online banking portion of the OTCU website by one of the following
type the website address into your browser
ONLINE BANKING button available on OTCU's home page. Then make
sure to check the address in the internet browser. It should
include "https" and the following address:
current web browser, and keep your computer and browser up-to-date with
the latest security patches.
that you have up-to-date anti-virus and spyware detection software
installed and properly configured on your computer.
If your operating system includes firewall software, make sure that it
is active. Consider an inexpensive firewall device, especially if your
computer is always connected to the Internet, as is the case with most
cable, DSL, or other broadband connections.
strong PIN or Password for online banking. Don't share your PIN / PW
with others, and don't write it down where others can find it.
out when you are done with your online banking session. Do this by
clicking on the "Log Out" button to terminate your connection with the
online banking server.