Keeping You and Your Money Secure
The confidentiality of our customer's financial information and personal data is crucial to us as a community bank. Online security is a vital component of financial management in today's increasingly digital environment. We are committed to providing the highest level of online security because we are aware of the worries and concerns that many of our clients may have while doing their banking online.
To protect our customer's sensitive information and ensure their online interaction with us is as safe and secure as possible, Bank Michigan employs cutting-edge encryption technology, secure servers, and several layers of security to keep you safe. We advise all of our customers to exercise caution and take preventative measures to safeguard their own internet security, such as making use of strong passwords and being wary.
Below are some of the key areas you should know about when it comes to maintaining your online security
- Fraud Protection - Fraud, both online and offline, continues to grow. Learn some of the ways to identify fraud and how to report it should you become a victim.
- Identity Theft - Bad actors are out there looking for the next victim to commit fraud online. We've compiled a list of best practices to follow to help reduce the chances you'll be their next victim, as well as what to do if you have been impacted by identity theft.
- Cyber Tips - Understanding cybersecurity isn't just for computer "geeks" and technology experts. It's an important topic that everyone should be aware of to maintain peace of mind online.
- .Bank Information - Our website and emails utilize the super-secure .bank domain extension, reserved exclusively for verified banking institutions.
- Additional Security Resources - We've collected a number of helpful documents and resources from trusted partners and online sources for your reference.
Have additional questions about what Bank Michigan is doing to keep you safe and secure? Feel free to contact us online and we'll be happy to answer your questions. Or, if you prefer, stop by your nearest branch for a conversation.