Device Security

FMFCU’s Summer Security Newsletter

August 7, 2020

Beware of the Latest Scams Money Mule Scams Scammers may try to use you to move stolen money. If you help them, you could be what law enforcement calls a money mule. Scammers send money to you, sometimes by check, then ask you to send some of it to someone else. They often want you […]

Device Security

FMFCU’s Spring Security Newsletter

April 9, 2020

One hour check up = Peace of mind It’s time to review your most important web sites and apps you log into to make sure you’re taking advantage of all security features offered. Web site security used to be just entering a username and password in a secure URL and away you went. Those days […]

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FMFCU’s Security Newsletter December 2019 (Holiday Edition)

November 26, 2019

Stay Safe with Our Online Holiday Shopping Tips. Online shopping is expected to increase by almost 15%. Holiday online shopping is in full swing. So are fraudsters and hackers looking to find a way to steal your money or credentials. Here are a few tips to help you stay safe when making online purchases: Make […]

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FMFCU’s Security Newsletter September 2019

September 11, 2019

How To Minimize Online Account Hacking: It’s really time to take charge of your passwords and credentials. Once again, the internet fraudsters are back at it. There is a new hacking technique called “credential stuffing” where attackers take millions of email addresses and corresponding passwords from hacked databases and try them on millions of online […]

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FMFCU’s Security Newsletter May 2019

May 21, 2019

Protect Your New Financial Accounts: Take Ownership Before Someone Else Does These days it’s not uncommon to have accounts at more than one financial institution; for example, a 401(k) may not be held at the same place as a checking account and student loan. It’s important to create online accounts for each one because fraudsters […]

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