12 Tips for Protecting Your Mobile Devices
As consumer use of mobile devices continues to climb, cyber criminals are targeting those gadgets more frequently. So, it’s important for users to keep safety measures in place to prevent sensitive data from being compromised. Click for tips.
 
8 Ways to Fight ID Fraud Online
Nearly three decades after the internet was introduced, the web continues to transform the lives of many users, revolutionizing the way consumers shop, pay bills, and transfer money online. As these advancements make common tasks hassle-free, consumers are urged to take extra precautions, allowing them to navigate the web safely and avoid online crime. Read More.
 
5 Top Tech Travel Tips

Enable Security Features to Protect and “Find My Phone”: Misplacing or having your devices stolen can put a damper on vacation plans. It can easily happen to anyone.

What should you do?

  • Set up the “find my phone” feature on your devices. This will allow you to find, remotely wipe data and/or disable the device if it gets into the wrong hands. Read More.
 
Digital Declutter Checklist
A few easy, actionable tips will help you stay cyber safe and protect your personal data and identity. The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and Better Business Bureau (BBB) are encouraging all consumers to freshen up their online lives by conducting a thorough cleaning of their cyber clutter. With preventing identity theft a top safety concern for Americans, NCSA and BBB encourage everyone to make “digital spring cleaning” an annual ritual to help protect valuable personal data. Get the declutter checklist
 
Beware of Student Loan Rescue Scams
According to Student Debt Relief, more than 45 million Americans are dealing with student loan debt. The average amount owed is $37,172. With that much money involved, student loans have become a prime target for scam artists. Farmers Bank wants our consumers to be aware of suspicious offers of loan forgiveness assistance. Read more.
 
8 Tips to Help Prevent Crime at ATMs
There are more than 400,000 ATMs in the United States and that number is growing. Even one incident of ATM crime is too many. Customer safety is Farmers Bank's top priority when it comes to ATM use. Check out these eight safety tips when using any ATM. Read more.