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June Tips

Always ask yourself if that unknown caller is legitimate. If you get a call from an unfamiliar person asking to share your computer screen or provide them with any personal info, hang up and report it to your phone or internet service provider, or office IT department. View the Infographic.

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May Tips

Security Update From pass phrases, to ad-blockers, anti-virus software, MFA, password managers, and enabling remote services — learn ways to protect yourself and your family on all your digital devices. Here are a few tips to avoid data theft, financial loss, or malware infections: Stay alert for phishing attacks Phishing is one of the most […]

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April Tips

Help Your Team or Family Stop Foreign Hackers Don’t let bad actors take advantage of you. Most cyber-attacks start when an end-user accidentally lets the bad guys into the system. Share these simple rules with your team or at home to protect data at work and at home. Choose a Strong Password This simple step […]

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March Tips

March is National Credit Education Month! Understanding how credit scores and reports work is an important step in your financial journey. Building positive credit and avoiding hits when possible can help you achieve your goals such as buying a home, leasing a car, or paying off debt. Our short 5-minute lessons include information about: The […]

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February Tips

Avoid the Stress of Tax Season Understanding some important terms and guidelines can help you have a smoother filing experience. Try this short interactive lesson to get the insights you need to feel prepared to file your taxes: https://firstnebraskabank.everfi-next.net Safety Update Make your passwords stronger with a simple trick! Previously, we mentioned the dangers of […]

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January Tips

Our Interactive Tellers Connect You to Our Team, #7to7. The First Nebraska Bank interactive tellers (ITMs) extend our hours, giving you real-time access to our team members from 7:00am to 7:00pm. Whether you need to make a deposit, withdrawal, transfer money between accounts or make a loan payment—you can stop by any of our drive-thru ITMs when […]

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November Tips

Multi-Factor Authentication – Stronger Security, but Training is Key Back in the good old days, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) seemed like a silver bullet.  “If only we got MFA enabled on email/VPN/etc., we can stop worrying about that high-risk service!”  The industry jumped on board and now you can enable one-time passcodes or push authentication on […]

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October Tips

Multifactor Authentication Tech Tip MFA is a must-have if you set it up properly. Remember, keep authentication factors separate from the system the user is authenticating from. For instance, a user should not receive an e-mail with a one-time password as an MFA factor for accessing a VPN through the same e-mail account they use […]

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September Tips

The Life Cycle of a Breached Database Every time there is another data breach, we are asked to change our password at the breached entity. But the reality is that in most cases by the time the victim organization discloses an incident publicly the information has already been harvested many times over by profit-seeking cybercriminals. […]

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August Tips

NSA Releases Guidance on Security Wireless Devices While in Public The National Security Agency (NSA) has released an information sheet with guidance on securing wireless devices while in public for National Security System, Department of Defense, and Defense Industrial Base teleworkers, as well as the general public. This information sheet provides information on malicious techniques […]

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August Tips

Your Bank, Your Way If you’re like most people, you want better choices when it comes to banking. You want more convenience. In short, you want to do your banking on your terms. That’s where the industry is heading, and it’s what First Nebraska Bank’s “Your Bank, Your Way” campaign is all about. Because we […]

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July Tips

Have You Saved Enough Should the Unexpected Happen? While more Americans than ever say they do, most still say they don’t have the recommended six months of expenses saved, should they lose a job or experience an unexpected illness. Although it’s true that saving requires discipline, it’s not as difficult as you may think — […]

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