INTRODUCING ENHANCED SECURITY
First National Bank in Altus is working hard to add additional security
measures to our online banking services so that our customers have the
confidence that their information is being protected.
Effective January 9, 2007, First National Bank will be adding an additional
layer of security that will change the way you log into our internet banking
service (FirstNet). These changes will provide even greater levels of
protection against fraudulent attacks such as phishing, spoofing, key
logging and identity theft. All users will be required to select challenge
questions and answers, select a unique image and create a phrase for the
image that is only known by you. Each time you log in thereafter, the image
will appear to verify to you that you are on the official First National
Bank in Altus website before entering your password. You will not have to
select a new password during this process.
The final level of the new enhanced security is the authentication of your
computer. First National Bank has the ability to recognize the computer or
computers from which you usually log on. If our system detects a suspicious
login due to an unfamiliar computer, it will automatically present you with
challenge questions that you previously selected.
ONCE THE NEW LAYERS OF SECURITY ARE IN PLACE, GETTING STARTED IS EASY!
Step 1: Login using your user Code.
Step 2: A picture from the image library will be displayed.
Step 3: Create a phrase for the image.
Step 4: Select your challenge questions and provide your answers.
Step 5: Select whether to register this computer. (Only register personal
computers that you frequently use and are not available for public use.)
Step 6: Select NEXT
The next time you log onto FirstNet Banking, First National Bank will
recognize you and display the image and phrase you selected. If we donít
recognize the computer you are using to log in, we will ask you to answer
one of the security questions you previously created. After completion of
the steps above, if you donít see the image you selected, exit the site
immediately and notify us by email at email@example.com or call us during
normal business hours at (580) 482-7700
WARNING Ė WARNING Ė WARNING
Be aware of fraudulent attempts to obtain your personal information. First
National Bank will not ask that you provide to us your social security
number, account number, password, or personal identification number (PIN) as
this is information we already have on file. Should you receive a request
for this information, please call us before responding to any such request.