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Your business. When it comes to security, we mean business.

There’s no other way to describe it. Your business is your baby. You’ve nurtured it. You’ve watched it grow. When it comes to watching over it, we’re here to help. The dangers are out there. So when it comes to protecting your financial information, we go the extra mile, every time.

How Liberty Bank protects your business.

  • We offer Authorized Access for all business accounts, so you can control who has account access.
  • Register your identity and your computer with us, this way we can confirm you are at our genuine online site each time.
  • We use high-level encryption methods for protection of passwords and other confidential information.
  • We screen carefully for repeated attempts and incorrect user and password entries to help prevent unauthorized access to you Liberty Bank accounts.
  • Firewalls at our server locations add a measure of security allowing that the only people who access your account are those who should have access to it.
  • We provide for dual customer authorization when accessing through different devices.

Additional Business Protection from Liberty Bank.

Business Banking

  • Layered security protects business transactions, including accessing account information, bill payment, intrabank fund transfers, ACH and wire transfers.

  • Because these transactions often involve higher dollar amounts, we take extra precautions, including consistent controls to ensure that business transactions are valid and secure.

  • Requiring additional authentication or transactional verification to make certain that only those who are granted privileges to access a business account can access a business account.

How you can help protect your business.

Be aware of business takeovers! Takeovers are the business equivalent of personal identity theft. Hackers, backed by professional criminal organizations, are targeting small and medium businesses to gather their web banking credentials or remote control of their computers. Proactive steps you can take to avoid, or at least minimize, these threats are:

  • Use a dedicated computer for financial transactional activity.
  • Apply operating system and application updates (patches) regularly.
  • Ensure that anti-virus/spyware software is installed and updated.
  • Have host-based firewall software installed.
  • Use latest versions of Internet browsers.
  • Turn off your computer when not in use.
  • Do not batch approve transactions. Approve each one individually.

Additional safeguards you can implement at your company.

  • Identify trusted web sites and block access to any sites not relevant to employees business needs.
  • Account reconciliation, ACH and wire transfer responsibilities should be segregated and assigned to specific employees. 
  • Money movement transactions should be initiated only on a stand-alone PC that is not enabled for e-mail and web browsing.
  • Vet all employees. Perform credit and background checks before hiring.
  • Contact your Information Technology provider to determine the best way to safeguard the security of your computers and networks.
  • Perform periodic in-house risk assessments that include system audits and building security. 

Protect against online scams. It’s always smart business.

Liberty Bank wants to make certain you have the knowledge to protect your business assets. Because online scams are so prevalent, and are sometimes hard to spot, we have a short course you can take to sharpen you skills at spotting online scams.

Sharpen your skills here

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