Your America First Mobile Banking experience provides you with the same, top-of-the-line protection the credit union harnesses for all of our premier online services. The security questions you set up when you enroll in Online Banking will be asked, and you'll be logged out of the Mobile Banking application after a period of inactivity to ensure that if your phone is lost or stolen, your account will remain safe.
Mobile devices are computers with software that must be up to date, just like your PC, laptop, or tablet.
Security protections are built in and updated on a regular basis and it's wise to enable all the latest. This may require syncing your device with a computer.
Phones can contain lots of personal information. Lost or stolen devices can be used to harm you and, potentially, others. Protect it like you would your computer.
Use common sense when you connect. If you're online through an unsecured or unprotected network, be cautious about the sites you visit and the information you release.
Stay informed about your device. Know what to do if something goes wrong.
It is easy to say things via phone or text that you would never say face to face. Maintain the same level of courtesy on the phone as you would in the real world.
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Smartphones and tablets offer convenience, but they're also easy to lose or steal, which can put your information at risk. Here are some ways you can protect yourself now and in the event you are a victim of loss or theft later:
Viruses, malware, and other programs that steal your personal information or financial details can infect mobile devices. Consider installing anti-virus software, back up your data, and keep the copy in a safe and secure location.