How many of you are sick and tired of all these passwords and requirements just to get to the things you need on a daily basis? Let’s take a few moments and think about all the passwords, passcodes, PINs and passphrases you use and are expected to remember.
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Hackers are demanding that Apple pays a ransom or they will remotely erase millions of customer iPhones, iPads, and Macs. The hackers claim to have access to 250 million accounts and are threatening to reset the passwords on those iCloud accounts and remotely wipe customer devices if Apple doesn't pay the ransom by April 7.
As possibilities grow in this technological age, we're looking for ways to harness new tools for the good of our members. With DocuSign, it's easy to review, endorse and return documents without ever having to visit a branch or find a stamp.
WSECU created Security Central to give you a resource to learn more about fraud so you'll know how to identify it when you see it.
Security awareness doesn’t have to be complex or difficult. Usually common sense and a bit of focus will protect you in most cases. Here are some ideas for new security practices for your everyday lives.
Review frequently asked questions about Mobile Banking.
WSECU provides automatic online (OFX) access to your account information that can be configured within your personal financial management software, such as Quicken. This process allows you to directly download your account information into your software.
Identity theft is running rampant in the United States with tens of millions of people being affected each year and tens of millions of dollars lost. According to FTC.org, identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America.
According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) millions of people have their identities stolen each year. Identity theft can wreak havoc on your life and your credit…but there are steps you can take to help prevent it and ways to recover from it should you become a victim.