Tips and Best Practices
Use our PCB Mobile Banking App for multiple layers for password security. For example: The Apple product for the PCB Mobile Banking App has an option for ID Touch which is finger print authentication.
Use our PCB E-Statements for less paper printed with personal information that needs to be shredded constantly to protect from social engineering.
Don’t save passwords in browsers. Viruses could possibly take over a device and compromise your data by obtaining your passwords saved in the browser.
Don’t access bank website through public/ shared Wi-Fi networks because they are not very secure.
Internet Explorer and Google Chrome when accessing secure sites look for the green bar and lock symbol in the address bar. This tells the site is identified and verified by a trusted third party.
Don’t click on links in emails. Try to right click to copy and paste in new tab or paste to notepad to see where the link is actually taking you too.
Don’t share your bank information unless you are absolutely sure you know them and what they are using it for.