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How You Can Protect Yourself

NCPAFCU strongly recommends that each member take a proactive role by employing specific measures to ensure their online security.

Your Computer
  • Use a firewall
  • Install anti-virus protection software and check for regular updates
  • Install anti-spyware and anti-ad protection programs
  • Never download unknown software
  • Regularly update your operating system, firewall and other "anti-" software

Your Account Access
  • Never share access information with anyone, regardless of who they are or who they claim to be
  • Commit your password to memory - do not utilize password memory/management programs
  • Communicate personal and/or account information via Press Pass secure messaging only
  • Always sign off of Press Pass sessions and close the browser window
  • Do not sign on from a public/shared computer
  • Do not provide personal information to any source, even if prompted by email or pop-up

Your Identity
  • Have your photo placed on your ATM/debit and credit cards
  • Never share personal information by telephone
  • Secure items that contain personal information in a safe place
  • Shred unneeded documents containing personal information
  • Destroy all charge receipts
  • Pay attention to billing cycles and contact creditors if bills do not arrive
  • Review credit reports annually
  • Mail stamped, outgoing bills directly from a local post office or US Mail box
  • Do not carry your social security or excess credit cards unless absolutely necessary
  • Review the Credit Union's Identity Theft/Fraud Prevention Guide