What is Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) or Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)?

October 8, 2023

Taking the extra step beyond just a password can protect your business, online purchases, bank accounts, and even your identity from potential hackers. This extra step is known as Multi-factor Authentication (or two-factor authentication). What is Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)*? MFA is a layered approach to securing your online accounts and the data they contain. When […]

Get a password manager app – make your life easy!

October 20, 2022

If you find yourself consistently getting locked out of one online account or another because you’re drawing a blank when you try to log in, it’s time to consider a password manager to help you seamlessly oversee and handle all your login credentials. Password managers are also handy for auto-filling forms and syncing your data […]

Keeping Your Home Wi-Fi Network Secured

October 12, 2022

Your home networks might have a range of wireless devices on them — from computers and phones to IP cameras, voice assistants, smart TVs, and connected appliances. Taking basic steps to secure your home Wi-Fi network will help protect your devices from getting hacked — and your information from getting stolen.*    Encrypt your network- Encrypting […]

Why you should NEVER share SAC Codes, PINs and Online Banking Credentials

January 5, 2021

NEVER SHARE BANKING CREDNTIALS One of the most frequent scenarios we hear in our Risk Management Department is account fraud when members share their personal banking information. Whether a friend, family member or stranger…this information should NEVER be shared! This includes: Online/mobile banking login information and passwords Online/mobile banking Secure Access Codes (SAC) FMFCU Debit/Credit […]

One hour check up = Peace of mind

September 2, 2020

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 are long gone, and now these sites/apps have […]

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