Alert Sign

Business security is becoming more important and difficult every day. Not only do you need to keep your business financial information secure, you may also have customer financials that needs to be protected.

Actions for Your Business

Monitor Accounts

Utilize our online banking product to view balances and transaction history 24/7. 


Review/Create Policies

Review how you and your employees are handling sensitive information, and identify potential weaknesses in procedures. 


Restrict User Access

Make sure employees only have access to the information they need to perform their job. This includes restricting online banking access to your account manager and payroll personnel who utilize Cash Management.


Train on Info Security

Stress the importance of keeping both physical information (paperwork, reports, forms, etc.) and digital information (stored on their computer) secure. Lock computers if you step away, and lock up paperwork when completed. Also discuss email phishing, and that one wrong click can allow a hacker access to your entire computer system!


Prevent a Data Breach

Have your IT staff limit the websites your employees can access to only those that pertain to their job. Certain social media and other sites are filled with spam just waiting for someone to click. Talk to your employees regularly about being vigilant and always learning!

Keep Learning

SBA Cybersecurity Training 

View webinar >


Stay Safe Online Information

Learn to: Assess Your Risk, Monitor Threats, Report Cyber Attacks, Implement a Cybersecurity Plan, Protect Customers, Train Employees, and more.

Get started >



How We Help

Alert Icon

Notify You of Suspicious Activity

We'll notify you of suspicious transactions on your UCB business debit card.

 

Shield Icon

Offer a Discounted Business ID Restoration Program >

Has Your or Your Business's Identity Been Stolen?

  1. Call us and your credit card issuers immediately.
  2. Place a fraud alert.
  3. Order credit reports.
  4. Create an identity theft report.
  5. Learn more >

Report Fraud

To report fraud on your UCB account or if you have any questions, call us at 218.346.5700.

Contact one of the three major credit bureaus to place a fraud alert on your credit report, as well as a victim's statement asking that creditors call you before opening new accounts or charging existing ones. 

As required by law, that credit bureau will report the information to the other two bureaus for you. You should also:

  • contact creditors for any accounts that have been affected
  • always follow up with a letter and keep copies of everything
  • close affected accounts and assign passwords to new ones