Online Banking Security

At NASB, we understand the importance of data security and use the latest security tools to protect your financial information.

Your financial information is safe with us.

North American Savings Bank’s online banking security protects you in multiple ways:

  • Security at the bank
  • Security at your computer
  • Enhanced Login Security

Security at the Bank

At North American Savings Bank, we employ the latest security tools to protect your data on all of our computers, including those used to support online banking and bill payment. With the use of firewalls and advanced security software, you can be confident that your information is fully protected.

Security at your computer

Wherever you choose to do your online banking, make sure no one else has access to the computer without your permission. Never store your customer number or password on your computer. Passwords should be carefully selected. Avoid using the names of your children, pets, or other easily obtained information.

Enhanced Login Security

Enhanced Login Security is a multi-layered security tool for our Online Banking and Bill Payment system that will protect you, as well as North American Savings Bank, from fraudulent transactions. Federal legislation has mandated the implementation of these enhanced security features by all financial institutions.

With Enhanced Login Security your computer information is combined with your user ID and password to form your online identity profile. This new security will monitor the normal activity trends within your account. If you log in to Online Banking and Bill Payment from the same computer on a regular basis, then log in from a different computer while traveling or at work, you'll notice the additional security measures in place. With enhanced login security activated, you can bank online in complete confidence knowing your financial information is protected.

Enhanced Login Security will ask validation questions to people logging in to your account from unrecognized computers. If a computer is unrecognized, the user will be prompted with validation questions. This will provide you additional protection from fraud and identify theft.

Personal Security Questions

When you activate Online Banking, you will be asked to provide answers to three security questions (choose from pre-written questions or create your own), so that any time you log in from a computer that you haven't asked us to remember, we can make sure it's really you trying to log into Online Banking.