Privacy & Protection
At Lewisburg Banking Company, we strive to provide you with exceptional service.
We feel that part of our service to you is to protect your assets. Let us work together to meet your needs. Please visit our educational security awareness pages to further understand what we do for you as well as what you can do to protect yourself.
Latest Security Alert!
You may have heard about it in the news: reports that Russian hackers have stolen more than a billion unique username and password combinations, and more than 500 million email addresses, grabbed from thousands of websites. What should you do about it? Visit this page for a Q&A and helpful tips to safe guard your information.
Social Security Administration warns about online look-alikes
Looking for information about Social Security? Make sure you’re going to the right place.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) is warning that it’s found Twitter handles, Facebook pages, websites and apps that look official but aren’t connected to the agency. Sometimes they’re outright scams to steal your personal information.
For official information from the Social Security Administration, go to SocialSecurity.gov or ssa.gov, or follow the Twitter handles @SocialSecurity and @TheSSAOIG. Read SSA’s Office of the Inspector General blog post for more.
Microsoft XP No Longer Supported
As you may be aware, Microsoft announced early this week that a vulnerability was discovered affecting multiple versions of Internet Explorer (versions 6 through 11). This vulnerability can give a remote attacker unauthorized access not only to a user's browser and computer but potentially to their entire computer system depending on the system privileges the user is set up with. This is especially crucial for users who may still be using the Windows XP operating system.
The quickest and easiest way to protect yourself from this threat is to refrain from using Internet Explorer as your browser until a patch can be installed. Use an alternate browser such as Firefox or Google Chrome instead.
A patch has been available from Microsoft. We advise you to install this immediately for your safety both in regards to your computer and your identity. If you have any questions or concerns please call us at (270) 726-1270.
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