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TD Bank BusinessDirect Security Awareness

Computer-Related Fraud is Increasing. Learn How to Keep Your Business Secure!

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The ways criminals attempt to conduct online bank fraud and steal money from businesses and individuals continually evolves. The FBI, Electronic Payments Association, NACHA, and FS-ISAC constantly report increases in computer-related fraud that specifically targets small- and medium-sized businesses and organizations. The primary targets are online banking accounts which have the capability to directly transfer funds online via wires or Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions.

As banks have increased their online security controls to counter fraud, the criminals have switched their focus to other targets – customers' personal and work computers – using malicious software (malware). This malware may be used to capture online banking credentials without the customer ever being aware.

To fight fraud, TD Bank remains committed to rigorously securing its online banking systems. However, once your personal computer is compromised with malware, it becomes the weak link in the chain of trust that protects your funds. We rely on you to be the first line of defense and to act quickly if unauthorized activity is suspected or detected.


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