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Published: March 2016

Avoiding fraud, cyber threats when banking

The FDIC has released new materials to help bank customers reduce their vulnerability to computer related crimes.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has released two new brochures to help bank customers reduce their vulnerability to computer related crimes. The FDIC is seeking to educate consumers about steps they can take to avoid cyber threats when banking online or on their mobile devices.

For fraud fighting tips designed to help protect the data stored on our computers, smartphones and tablets visit:

The FDIC cybersecurity guides for financial institution customers and for businesses.

The FDIC has also expanded its cybersecurity guidelines to help consumers avoid becoming victims of identity theft, frauds and scams.

For More Information

https://www.fdic.gov/


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