Digital Banking uses the industry's preferred security method, Secure Sockets Layer version 3.0 with 128-bit encryption.
Encryption occurs for all information going to and from both you and our Digital Banking system. Simply stated, encryption creates "mumbo jumbo." It scrambles otherwise meaningful text and numbers into numerical nonsense before transmission across the Internet. This process uses complex formulas to create a key that's used to translate the mumbo jumbo back to meaningful data. There are billions of potential keys, and a different one is used for each Digital Banking session. When you connect your device to Digital Banking, the system establishes which key will be used.