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Bank of South Texas is proud to welcome you to our Online Banking Website. 

The directors, officers and employees at Bank of South Texas share a commitment to excellence. A friendly atmosphere and dedicated service will keep you coming in for more, whether its through the user-friendly website or visiting the bank. Our team is ready to help you meet your banking needs.

Beginning Thursday, 12/14/17, Retail Online Banking has been enhanced to make it easier for you to navigate our site. Additionally, this new site is completely redesigned and optimized for use on nearly any device. Click on the link below to get a quick overview of the exciting changes.

 

 

FRAUD MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION:
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO NOT GIVE OUT YOUR DEBIT CARD OR PERSONAL INFORMATION OVER THE PHONE OR E-MAIL.

 

PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CYBER CRIMES:

BUSINESSES- CORPORATE ACCOUNT TAKE OVER (CATO)

Corporate Account Take Over occurs when cyber thieves gain unauthorized access to a business account – often through the theft of online credentials or by hijacking an online session – and initiate transactions, change contact information, and gather information on the account’s history to commit other crimes.

Businesses need a cybersecurity strategy to protect their own business from growing cybersecurity threats.

Click on the link below to learn more:

https://www.nacha.org/news/corporate-account-takeovers-can-lead-fraudulent-transactions

 

CONSUMERS- ACCOUNT TAKE OVER (ATO)

Account Take Over attacks are a very lucrative business for cybercriminals. Any account could be taken over by fraudsters, including bank, credit card, email and other service providers. Online banking accounts are usually taken over as a result of phishing, spyware or malware scams.

Consumers need cybersecurity awareness to protect themselves from growing cybersecurity threats.

Click on the link below to learn more:

https://www.nacha.org/case-studies/account-takeover-what-you-need-know

 

Equifax Security Incident

You have likely heard about the recent Equifax data breach, as this unfortunate event affects approximately half of the U.S. population. We encourage you to learn more about the incident, as explained by the CEO of Equifax, by clicking on the link below:

 

www.equifaxsecurity2017.com

 

 Through this link, you will also be able to enroll in complimentary identity theft protection and credit file monitoring.