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Welcome to the Brighton Bank Security School. Here you will find resources to help you become more aware of various threats and financial scams, so you may be better prepared to protect yourself in the future.
FBI Alert: Cybercriminals Trick Victims into Transferring Funds to "Reverse" Instant Payments
Phishing is when you receive fake emails calming to be from trusted companies to trick you into sharing personal info.
Learn techniques to protect yourself while using your technology in public.
Has your personal information been exposed? Now what?
Stay ahead of scammers by staying one step ahead.
Companies that are victims of ransomware are strongly encouraged to contact their local FBI or USSS field office and CISA.
To report a lost or stolen card during banking hours, call any of our four branches.
To report a lost or stolen card after banking hours, call 1-866-866-2779.
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