Botnets. Cache Poisoning. Logic Bombs. Malware. Phishing. Spyware. Super Zapping. Zombies.
These words may sound like something out of a science fiction film. Unfortunately, they are all too real. If you’ve read recent news reports about the increase in financial crime, you’ve probably heard many of these terms, and more.
At NexTier Bank, we do everything we can to protect you and your business, but you are the last defense against financial crime. The more you know, the less likely you are to become a victim.
We are offering three online courses to educate you about the tactics of financial criminals and how you can protect yourself. Topics include The Risk Background and Threat Landscape, Risk Management and Reduction, and Managing a Negative Event. The training is delivered via our online learning management system, and it takes approximately 45 minutes to complete all three courses.
You may access the course by clicking on this link or copying the URL into your web browser toolbar http://edcenter.bvsinc.com/FinancialEdCenter.asp?bid=NEX16001_ec . After selecting the course you wish to view, you will be required to enter your user ID and password. The user ID is NexTier and the password is NexTier.
We hope you’ll take advantage of this training opportunity to help you improve online transaction security and reduce the likelihood of online banking and ACH fraud.
On these pages, you will find volumes of financial information in each of our library sections that will enhance your knowledge as an educated financial consumer.
Section 1: Information about our newsletter that helps parents teach children about finances
Section 2: Articles that share the knowledge of NexTier experts
Section 3: Information about and a link to our NexTier Business Learning Podcast Series for businesses
Section 4: Direct links to articles for consumers pertaining to personal and business finance
Section 5: Links to websites featuring personal finance information and trends
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