Our Security Practices
Maintaining the confidentiality of your personal and financial information is an important responsibility. We understand that your trust in us is dependent upon how well we keep that information secure. There are a number of security measures we take to protect your information and we also encourage you to take steps to protect yourself and your business.
Detects viruses and prevents them from entering our systems.
Block our systems from unauthorized access.
Ensure information remains confidential. Encryption technology, such as Secure Socket Layer (SSL), is used to transmit information between you and us and protects the information in three different ways:
- Authentication ensures that you are communicating with us, and prevents another computer from impersonating INTRUST Bank.
- Encryption scrambles transmitted information so that it cannot be read by unauthorized parties.
- Data integrity verifies that the information you send to us is not changed during the transfer. The system detects if data was added or deleted after you sent the message, and if any tampering has occurred, the connection is dropped.
Various features within online banking
For example: layered security that extends beyond your user ID and password and timed automatic log-off feature after a period of inactivity.
Ongoing Security Evaluation
INTRUST Bank operates under a detailed information security policy, which is subject to ongoing regulatory oversight and examination. In addition, our security practices and technology are continually reviewed by our own experts to make sure that we are able to adapt to constantly evolving threats and provide you with the highest level of protection.