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Heartbleed Bug Update

04/10/2014
We were made aware of an Internet security vulnerability called the Heartbleed Bug during our routine security monitoring. Heartbleed is a security vulnerability in OpenSSL, a popular, open-source protocol used to encrypt vast portions of the web.
 
We have analyzed our systems and services, contracted with an outside firm to verify that our protection is solid, and determined that all of the bank’s Internet services are protected.
 
For more information on the Heartbleed Bug, read the American Bankers Association’s Heartbleed Bug FAQ.

Best Practices:
 
Please remember, scammers are out there. We’d like to remind our clients of the importance of changing passwords regularly. The best passwords are at least 8 characters in length and use a combination of numbers, special characters, and upper and lowercase letters.
 
For more information on keeping your information secure, visit our security center.