Recently, a targeted phishing attempt has been reported in the local area impacting First Bank & Trust customers and local non-customers. Read on for information on this recent scam.
You may have heard in the news about the Wi-Fi vulnerability called KRACK. This vulnerability could cause a Wi-Fi network to become compromised. Learn more about how to protect yourself and your network.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The Internet now touches almost all aspects of our daily lives – allowing us to bank, connect with family and friends, and handle our medical records all online. These activities require you to provide sensitive personal information. Learn more about using the internet safely and securely.
Equifax's breach has most Americans nervously searching for actions to take. Check out our information and consider the options available to help protect and monitor your identity!
A recent study estimates that the monetary loss by older adults due to financial crimes and exploitation is more than $2.9 billion a year with approximately two million older adults being exploited. This number only reflects what is reported, hundreds of cases go unreported and unidentified.
We want to keep your debit cards as secure as possible. We recently improved the system we use to alert you to potential fraud on your card. To learn more about the new alert system, please login to your online banking or contact First Bank & Trust at 1-800-843-1552.
Many people enjoy playing pranks on April Fools’ Day. In recent years, businesses have started to join in the fun. In 2015, Amazon revamped their site to look like the classic 1999 version and Google went over the top with several jokes, including turning its Maps tool to Pac-Man. While these antics are harmless and fun, there are fraudsters who will try to use April 1st to their advantage. A wrong click could leave you vulnerable to phishing scams or identity theft.