Security Information

At Progress Bank, your security is of the utmost importance to us.  We strive to ensure a safe banking environment, but also understand that it requires our customers to have a safe computing environment in their homes or businesses.

Below we have provided some links to articles with simple, effective methods for helping ensure you are following good, safe computing habits. Please take a little time to read through these articles and apply the recommended steps to make your computer safer.

Free Cybersecurity Training
Access interactive lessons and information on how to build safer network and online security practices for your home or business.

Stay Safe Online
This site is informative on Internet safety and helping secure home, work and school systems. It also explains how to protect networking information.

On Guard Online
This is a federal government-based website to help keep individuals safe, secure and responsible online.

US-CERT
US-Cert seeks to improve cyber security, to share various online information, and manage cyber risks.

Improve the Security of Your Home Computer
Information and steps from US-CERT on how to improve your home computer security and minimize threats from malicious exploits.

Microsoft Internet Safety and Security
This Microsoft website is a center of safety and security information and tools to help protect computers online.

 

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