“Heartbleed” is a flaw in OpenSSL encryption software that could allow others to eavesdrop and potentially obtain sensitive data passed via the internet.
CALCOE does not use OpenSSL encryption products for our members, our internal systems or our online banking and website platforms. Accordingly, it is safe to continue to use our website and online portal to conduct your banking. We do not believe we have any direct exposure at this time.
However, it’s always a “best practice” to update passwords regularly, and now is a very good time to review and update all of the passwords you use online.
Switch to eStatements for a chance to win a Canon Rebel digital camera!
Enter the contest by enrolling for eStatements through HomeBanking or contact us by May 31, 2014!
See CU for complete details. Must enroll between April 1, 2014 and May 31, 2014.
Master your spring projects with a Home Equity loan from CALCOE. A home equity loan can help you from fixing the roof to putting in a swimming pool just in time for the summer heat. Plus your loan stays local and convenient at CALCOE.
Call or visit one of our branches to speak with a knowledgeable Loan Officer today!
Thank you to all who joined us at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors. With another great meeting under our belt, we look forward to the upcoming months of 2014. If you were unable to attend the meeting and/or would like a copy of the Annual Meeting Report, please request by phone or visiting one of our branches.
CALCOE has been alerted that Target was hit by an extensive theft of its customers’ credit- and debit-card data, a brazen breach of the retailer’s information security that may have affected about 40 million accounts between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15.
To learn more about the Target breach, please click here to view the letter Target issued to consumers.
If you have made a recent purchase at Target, CALCOE strongly recommends you closely monitor your account(s) for any suspicious activity. Contact us immediately if you notice any suspicious activity or have any questions.