How to prevent online banking fraud
Fraudsters using crimeware like ZeuS, SpyEye, Sunspot, and Oddjob are attacking bank customers on their computers and in their web browsers. Providing safe and secure access to online banking prevents criminals from taking over accounts and committing ACH and wire fraud.
If you mistype your password or make a login error three times while logging in to online banking, the system will lock you out. This feature is a security item that helps protect the system, Rockland Trust, and your data. If this happens to you, you can change your password by successfully entering your User ID and selecting the check box "Forgot Password".
What you can do to protect your information Internet Safety TipsHow to protect your computer(s)
FDIC Safe Internet Banking for individuals.
OnGuardOnline.gov provides practical tips from the Federal Government and the technology industry to help you be on guard against Internet fraud, how to secure your computer, protect your personal information, and how to talk to your children on the subject of Internet security and safety.
Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG).
Links for more information Reference for up-to-date bank related information security.