Security and Privacy

First National Bank takes the security of your accounts and customer information very seriously. 

We make every effort to ensure the security of the systems infrastructure at the bank. 

While we are committed to protecting the confidentiality of customer information, we do need your help in securing the systems you use to access our systems online. By educating yourself and following some simple tips you'll be less likely to fall victim to an online scheme.

It is important to learn how to protect yourself against the latest fraudulent activities perpetrated via the Internet and email. These activities include, but are not limited to, phishing, spyware, viruses, spam and more. The more attentive you are to illegal online activities and scams, the more you can do to protect your identity, financial resources, privacy and your property.

If you suspect fraudulent activity related to your accounts please contact us at or call 800-555-5455. 

"Heartbleed" Information

The security of your information is our top priority. FNB's systems remain safe and secure from the "heartbleed" vulnerability and we continue to monitor our systems on a regular basis. Although our systems were not vulnerable to this threat, it is always a best practice to change passwords on a regular basis and not to use the same password for multiple applications and websites. 

FBI-Identified Common Fraud Schemes

Become familiar with some of the most common fraud scams investigated by the FBI, and learn tips on how to avoid becoming a victim. Read More. 


More Tips for Your Safety

Social Engineering & Phishing

Viruses & Spyware


Strong Passwords

Preventing Spam

Privacy Policy 

Security & News Alerts 

Corporate Security Tips 

Multifactor Authentication (MFA)

Identity Theft