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CNB Provides Security to Protect You

How CNB Secures NetXpress Internet Banking Transactions

We employ strong authentication controls provided to us by the Federal Government’s banking regulators for your protection.

All data is protected by our secure network system, encrypting sensitive information with 128-bit Secure Socket layer (SSL), including your ID and PIN. The web browser you use must support 128-bit encryption. All sessions have a time-limit. If your session is inactive for 10 minutes, you will have to sign on again. By using firewall systems and intrusion detection software we are adding multiple layers of security to prevent hackers from accessing customer and bank information. These actions are taken to ensure secure information is only viewed by you and Community National Bank.

How to Protect Yourself When Using NetXpress Internet Banking

Protecting your passwords is very important. You can do this by creating strong passwords, changing them every few months, and never sharing them with anyone. They should be at least nine characters and contain upper and lower case letters, numerals and symbols. Please use the password creation tips on the following link to create secure passwords.

You will be prompted to change your password every 6 months. Users are allowed only 2 invalid sign on attempts before the system will lock the user out.

When performing transactions online, make sure to use the Log Out button. This ensures no one will see your personal information if you leave your computer. Also, installing and regularly updating anti-virus software, anti-spy ware, firewall and other scans will protect your computer and your personal information.

Always be suspicious of any email notifications that require you to act immediately to prevent an account from being closed or voided. Read the text of the email several times and ask yourself why the information requested would really be needed.

Additional Information

To learn more about Identity Theft please visit our Security section.