Washington, D.C. (Feb. 10, 2015)—The Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) and the nation’s more than 6,500 community banks want consumers to be aware of ways to protect themselves and their personal financial information against identity theft and cybersecurity-related crimes.
“It is vital that customers alert their community banks immediately if they know or suspect their personal information has been compromised,” said ICBA Chairman John Buhrmaster, president and CEO of 1st National Bank of Scotia, N.Y. “Criminals are on the hunt to capture …
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