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Press Release

February 27, 2018

Capital Bank Contact:
Bill Whelan

12 Tips for Protecting Your Mobile Devices

Vineland, NJ (2/27/2018) – As consumer use of mobile devices continues to climb, cyber criminals are targeting those gadgets more frequently. Capital Bank of New Jersey is highlighting 12 ways consumers can take extra precaution to protect the data on their mobile device.

“We use gold-standard safeguards to protect customer information, but it’s also important for users to keep safety measures in place to prevent sensitive data from being compromised,” said Capital Bank President and CEO David J. Hanrahan, Sr. “It’s easy to forget that your mobile device can be vulnerable, but any device used to connect to the internet is at risk.”

Capital Bank of New Jersey suggests following these 12 steps to protect your mobile device:

  • Use the passcode lock on your smartphone and other devices. This will make it more difficult for thieves to access your information if your device is lost or stolen. Use bio-metric authentication for login whenever the option is available.

  • Log out completely when you finish a mobile banking session.

  • Protect your phone from viruses and malicious software, or malware, just like you do for your computer by installing mobile security software.

  • Use caution when downloading apps. Apps can contain malicious software, worms, and viruses. Beware of apps that ask for unnecessary “permissions.” Never “jailbreak your mobile device”.

  • Download the updates for your phone and mobile apps.

  • Avoid storing sensitive information like passwords or a social security number on your mobile device.

  • Tell your financial institution immediately if you change your phone number or lose your mobile device.

  • Prevent unauthorized use and be aware of shoulder surfers. Set mobile device settings including screen lock for inactivity (one minute is recommended). The most basic form of information theft is observation. Be aware of your surroundings especially when you’re punching in sensitive information.

  • Wipe your mobile device before you donate, sell or trade it using specialized software or using the manufacturer’s recommended technique. Some software allows you to wipe your device remotely if it is lost or stolen.

  • Beware of mobile phishing. Avoid opening links and attachments in emails and texts, especially from senders you don’t know. And be wary of ads (not from your security provider) claiming that your device is infected.

  • Watch out for public Wi-Fi. Public connections aren't very secure, so don’t perform banking transactions on a public network.

  • Delete your mobile number and contacts from rental cars. Do these before you turn in a rental vehicle and also before you sell or trade a vehicle you own.

Capital Bank’s success has been recognized locally – it was the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce’s 2017 Business of the Year – as well as nationally.  For three consecutive years the bank has been named by American Banker as one of the Top 200 Community Banks in the United States. The Bank has branches in Vineland, Woodbury Heights, and Hammonton. It also has a Loan Production Office in Marlton.