Our security team at First Bank uses state-of-the-art
technology which was developed to safeguard data through encryption
or coding of information. This technology will protect your
account and personal information so you feel secure banking
from your computer at home, on the road, or at work.
Password Protection Multiple
layers of advanced security tools including cryptography,
firewalls and trusted operating systems are used to prevent
tampering and ensure the privacy of your account information.
We use 128-bit encryption, the most powerful encryption protection
available for Internet transactions. This scrambles the message
so that it cannot be deciphered if it is intercepted.
You may be required to upgrade your browser to support 128-bit
encryption to allow online banking with First Bank.
Information Privacy Once a
request arrives at the bank, the server is protected by a
series of firewalls and filtering routers which verify the
source and destination of the requests traveling in information
packets. The firewall is set up to reject any unauthorized
traffic. This reemphasizes the importance of the password,
which provides the only legitimate entry into the program.
The purpose of the router is to keep out traffic that does
not emanate from one of the only two legitimate ends of a
secured transaction: the customer or the bank.
First Bank cannot be responsible for customer errors
or negligent use of the service. You are responsible for keeping
your online password, account numbers, personal identification
information, and other account data confidential.
These security measures ensure
that your transactions are secure over the Internet.
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