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Protect Yourself this Holiday Season

Cybercriminals are striving to illegally access your financial data and identity through the Internet, local networks, and your digital devices. As financial activity continues moving to online platforms and increases during the holidays, this crime is expected to peak. The good news is there are several ways to guard yourself against cyber thieves and avoid the peril this holiday season.

Online scams

Be aware of deceptive emails, pop-ups, and other online scams.
Online criminals will attempt to acquire your personal information by luring you to a website that looks legitimate, but is actually a fake site. If you receive any emails from an unfamiliar source, or any suspicious pop-ups, do not click on the links or open the attachment.

New online attacks are so advanced that they are capable of redirecting you to a fake website, even if you didn't click on anything. If a web page asks for you to provide sensitive information that it has never asked you to provide before, do not type anything and close the page immediately. Financial institutions and online service providers do not ask you to enter information such as your credit card number, full Social Security number, or PIN number on the login page or any subsequent pages.

Preventing Tech Scams Against the Elderly

An increasingly more common form of elder fraud is the tech-support scam. This is where criminals trick victims into giving remote access to their computers while pretending to provide technical support. Arming yourself with information to combat scams is critical.

Renovations Underway

Eglin Federal Credit Union (EFCU) has begun renovations to its Fort Walton Beach Branch at 838 Eglin Parkway NE, Fort Walton Beach.

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Credit Card Protection: There's an App for That

Perfect for safety, security... and those scary moments when you're not quite sure where your card might be, the CardNav app allows you to turn your EFCU Credit Card on or off in seconds using your mobile device. CardNav can also send you real-time alerts based on the preferences you set up.

Debit Card Protection: There's an App for That

Use your mobile device to instantly turn your EFCU Debit Card on or off. This is a useful tool for peace of mind if your card is misplaced or stolen. CardValet can also send real-time alerts when your Debit Card is used, a transaction is approved and exceeds a specified amount, or your Debit Card has been attempted but is declined.

Make your smartphone safe

As technology evolves, so unfortunately do the ways that criminals can illegally access your personal information. Smartphones give us a lot of freedom and make our lives more efficient, but they also present their own set of challenges when it comes to data security. However, there is no reason why you can't make yourself more secure with a few key habits.