Security Tips | Online Banking Security Statement
We've Taken The Steps To Help Ensure The Security Of Your Online Banking Session
Online Banking utilizes the latest technology developed to safeguard data, through multiple layers of advanced security tools including password-controlled system entry, a VeriSign-issued Digital Certificate, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol for data encryption, and firewalls to regulate server traffic to prevent tampering and ensure the privacy of your account information.
Here's how our powerful security measures work:
The access process begins with you typing in your correct User ID and Password.
Then we check the device you are using – whether it's your computer, mobile phone or tablet. If we don't recognize the device, we may ask you to complete a Security Challenge to ensure your identity.
We also check geographic indicators. If you're trying to log in from a new location, we may ask additional questions.
Security you can check:
Before entering your password or answering the Security Challenge, check your browser's address bar. We've added an additional layer of security that shows if you are connected to a safe server. If your browser's address bar is GREEN, your connection is safe. If it's not GREEN, stop your log in process and contact us.
Here's how the GREEN address bar may appear in your browser.
We want you to know your account is safe with us. If you have any questions about the security we use for our online services, feel free to contact us at 952.935.8661.
Learn More | Contact Our Personal Banking Specialists
Glen Lake: (952) 935-8663
14550 Excelsior Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN 55345
Hours & Directions
Country Village: (952) 935-5995
11500 Highway 7
Minnetonka, MN 55305
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To report unauthorized activity or a lost or stolen Visa Debit Card, call (952) 935-5995 or (952) 935-8663 during our business hours. After hours, call (800) 472-3272.
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