Bridgehampton National Bank

Security & Fraud Protection

Your security is our priority.

At Bridgehampton National Bank, we care about protecting your online security and privacy. The links below all provide valuable information and resources to help you protect your accounts. 

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You may have recently heard of the Internet security issue called "Heartbleed" that has been impacting websites worldwide over the past few days. BNB has conducted a review of all systems and determined that the vulnerability does not apply to our internet banking solutions or remote deposit capture products. 

Because this event impacted many services and providers across the web, we recommend you update your password on bridgenb.com and other sites, particularly if you use the same password on multiple sites.

           
OnGuard Online

 

OnGuard Online

Avoid Scams, Secure Your Computer and Be Smart Online. These are a
few of the topics addressed on www.onguardonline.gov. Read articles, follow their blog or click on the button to watch videos about protecting yourself online.
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Protect MyID

Guard against identity theft with Protect MyID. BNB customers save 20%.
 
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Federal Trade Commission: ID Theft

This website is a one-stop national resource to learn about the crime of identity theft. To fill out an ID Theft Affidavit, click here.
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Privacy Policy

Click on the Privacy Policy button to view BNB's privacy policy.
 
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BNB's ID Theft Information

Useful information about protecting yourself from identity theft. Click to read BNB's ID Theft brochure.
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Tips & Guidelines for Online Security

Click on the lock to learn more about online security.
 
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Register for MasterCard Secure to keep your card number safe when using it for online purchases.
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Fraud.org

Obamacare confusion providing opening for con artists. Click here to learn more.
 
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Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

The OCC has been informed of a scheme that involves soliciting consumers for semi-secured credit cards through the U.S. mail. Click here to learn more.
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FBI.gov

Taking a trip to the ATM? Beware of 'Skimmers'. Visit FBI.gov to read about skimming schemes and see photos of skimmers.