Because Fibre Federal Credit Union holds the security of your account as an absolute mandate, we have installed a variety of safeguards. Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) is a unique set of numeric numbers that only you know. As long as you don’t share your PIN with anyone, no one other than you can sign into your Online Banking account. If you choose to give another party your PIN, you become responsible for any transactions initiated by that party. For your added safety, if you or another party attempts unsuccessfully to log into your Online Banking account, an immediate block will be initiated after 3 unsuccessful attempts, and you will be required to call the credit union, with the proper identification, to remove the account block.
In an effort to further enhance your security, our Online Banking site uses multiple levels of network security. One such level of security we rely on is an industry standard “Secure Sockets Layer” (SSL) encryption technique to secure the information as it passes between your computer and our host system. This level of security is supported by Internet browsers that utilize 40 or 128 bit encryption, depending on your browser’s capabilities. Another level of security is a series of firewalls (specialized systems that are specifically designed to restrict access to unauthorized users) that information must pass through prior to any transaction or information request being processed.