Secure financial information is essential to doing business, and OCCU makes privacy and security a top priority. You and your employees also can take some simple steps to prevent common security breaches. A few good technology habits can help protect
Free, secure disposal of sensitive documents For many of us, springtime means it’s time for a little deep cleaning. Spring cleaning shouldn’t just be about purging the clothing and household items you don’t use anymore, it should also be your
Scammers always find opportunity in a crisis, and the COVID-19 outbreak is no exception. From social media ads touting fake cures to criminals threatening to infect families with the coronavirus, new fraud schemes have emerged to capitalize on the
Anyone with an email account has probably been the target of a phishing scam at some point. That’s when someone pretends to be from a reputable organization to trick you into disclosing personal information. The goal: to steal your identity or money
There’s a rise in spoofed websites and we’re here to help keep you and your financial information safe. Find out how you can avoid these tricky scams and the steps to take if you think your security is at risk.
Smishing – a term that combines “phishing” with short message service (or SMS text messages) – is one of the latest forms of identity theft. Learn about what smishing is, how they work, and ways to verify messages to stay safe against smishing scams
Important note: In the interest of continuing to practice safe social distancing measures, Shred Fest 2020 and the availability of shred bins in OCCU branches has been postponed. We will update this posting and inform our members with confirmed