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posted by Jasmyne Green on 10/23/2019
We can't stress the importance of taking proactive steps to enhance your cybersecurity. Follow these simple steps to stay safe.
posted on 10/5/2018
Always stay aware of potential scams and thieves on the internet, they are sneaky but there are ways to protect your information. Read these 8 tips to help keep your info private.
posted on 8/29/2018
Lincoln Savings Bank is warning consumers not to fall victim to phishing scams.
posted on 8/23/2018
Identity theft is a possibility that anyone could possibly face. Protect yourself and your assets by starting with these simple steps.
posted on 7/22/2015
If you are a victim of identity theft, take the following steps as soon as possible, and keep a record with the details of your conversations and copies of all correspondence.
posted on 7/1/2015
Cyber crime is a growing problem that's not confined to technology companies and large corporations. The risks are very real for all businesses.
posted on 4/27/2015
Fraudsters are now pretending to be from credit/debit card companies' fraud departments, hoping to trick individuals into giving away their credit card security code. Be sure to be able to recognize what to look for when receiving these calls to keep your information secure.
posted on 7/25/2014
On Friday, July 25, 2014, Lincoln Savings Bank (LSB) was made aware of a phone scam in our communities. Fraudsters posing as Lincoln Savings Bank attempt to get debit card information over the phone. This is a SCAM.
posted on 2/10/2014
In Lincoln Savings Bank's First Quarter Financial Plan, we've covered a variety of topics to help you save more, be more responsible with money and grow your wealth. Today, however, we want to touch on how to keep all of that protected and safe.
posted on 12/19/2013
The national news outlets are buzzing today about the data breach that may have compromised up to 40 million debit and credit cards that were used at Target stores over the past few weeks. Here's what you need to know to help ensure you aren't a victim.
posted on 11/29/2013
This Cyber Monday, don't let email scams fool you into opening a virus on your computer.