Internet security is even more important when financial transactions are involved. A site (both financial and non-financial) is considered secure if all sensitive information that is transmitted between the Member's browser and the owner of the site is encrypted (scrambled so that someone looking cannot read it). At DFDFCU, we use encryption for Internet activity that involves the exchange of sensitive information. Encrypted features include Digital Banking, Bill Pay, Account Transfers, applications for loans and new accounts, and Email Us function on this site.
Information sent via the Internet may be used by DFDFCU for purposes like responding to questions, addressing Member suggestions, or updating Member information. When sending us Account information (such as Account Numbers, Social Security Numbers, PINs, etc.) or other sensitive information online, use only the services listed above. Do not use your standard e-mail accounts to send the Credit Union sensitive information because that may not protect what you are sending.
For Member protection, Digital Banking employs three forms of security: