convenience of banking through the internet is sometimes
overshadowed by concerns that your private account
information could fall into the wrong hands.
National Bank Northeast, security is the top priority. To
this end we have a firewall between the internet and our
client information preventing unauthorized access as well as
only communicating through web browsers that support Secure
Socket Layer (SSL). As a final security measure we encrypt
all data communications using state of the art encryption
technology and Multi-Factor Authentication.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
Secure Sockets Layer provides a way for your browser to
ensure that you are in fact logging on to the First National
Bank Northeast server and not a site that is attempting to
impersonate our server. Before you log on the First National
Bank Northeast server it sends our public key to your
browser program. SSL lets your browser verify the identity
of our server by viewing the site’s certificate. A
certificate is a way of associating a public key to a name.
Once SSL has authenticated the server, your browser and our
server will create an individual symmetric key. This key
will allow our server to communicate with your browser
through encrypted transmissions of data. The symmetric key
is valid for a single use only. If you log out and log on
again at another time the server and your browser will
create a new unique key.
Enhanced Login Security (Multifactor Authentication)
In addition we offer Enhanced Login Security for extra
security protection; this is an online feature that provides
you additional protection from fraud and identity theft.
This feature identifies you as the true owner of your
accounts by recognizing not only your password, but also the
computer(s) you login from regularly. If you are not
recognized, you will be asked for information that only you
know before being allowed access.
It is important to verify that only authorized persons log
into online banking. This is achieved by verifying your
password. When you submit your password, it is compared with
the password we have stored in our secure data center. You
play a crucial role in preventing others from logging on to
your account. Never use easy-to-guess password. Never reveal
your password to another person and you should change your
password periodically. In addition we offer a limited number
of incorrect password attempts resulting in the account
being locked for your security. The incorrect password
attempts are monitored to detect any suspicious activity.
If you have any questions about our security, please contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org Or call us at 800-773-2265 (402
area code only) or 402-687-2640.