At River City Bank, maintaining the safety and security of your finances is a top priority. The safeguarding of your personal information is not just important, it’s vital to our business.
We offer electronic banking services by employing the latest and most powerful industry standards and technology to protect your personal information. While the online and mobile banking channel is rapidly expanding, fraudsters are increasingly targeting customers that conduct transactions electronically. Our advanced security features within online and mobile banking will give you the peace of mind that your data and transactions are safeguarded.
In addition to following industry standard security protocols, below are other safeguards we have in place to protect you against online security breaches:
While we do everything possible to protect your online information on our systems, there are also practical things you can do to reduce the risks associated with online and mobile banking fraud. We provided some security tips, best practices and trusted resources below.
Don’t share your identity…protect it. The fastest growing crime today is identity theft. Identity theft occurs when someone steals key pieces of your personal identification such as Social Security number, bank account numbers, birth date etc. and uses it for illegal purposes. For more information about identity theft and how to protect your identity, please visit the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
The travel season is amongst us and whether you’re touring Europe or taking a road trip, we want to help you stay on top of your finances. Our secure banking services and stringent fraud protection are designed to give you peace of mind. Read River City Bank’s travel tips and tools. For lost or stolen ATM/Debit Mastercard, please call (916) 567-2899 or (800) 564-7144.
Phishing, vishing, and smishing all involve spoofed communication that appears to be from a legitimate business urging you to “act immediately” or your account might be closed.
Phishing is a type of social engineering attack often used to steal personal identity data, financial account credentials or any other valuable data.
Smishing is very much like phishing where a scam is sent via text messages on mobile devices instead of emails. These scams try to trick users with messages that appear to be legitimate alerts from River City Bank.
Vishing is the telephone version of phishing, or a voice scam, designed to trick victims into sharing personal information, such as PIN numbers, social security numbers, credit card security codes, passwords and other personal data.
Many companies keep sensitive personal information about customers or employees in their files or on their network. Having a sound security plan in place to collect only what you need, keep it safe, and dispose of it securely can help protect that sensitive data. To find out more information about keeping data secure, visit the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) website.