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Protecting Your Business’ Privacy

Jul 23rd, 2018

by: Anna Beam, Vice President | Associate Marketing Director

Banking SolutionsBanking TipsBusiness TipsInformation SecurityInternet SecuritySecurity

At Community Banks of Colorado your business’ privacy is always on the forefront of our thoughts. That’s why we take security so seriously. To help you with maintaining your company’s data, we are arming you with quick tips for your business, and in your home. Incorporate these tips into your day-to-day routine and start protecting ...

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Every Day Tips To Help You Protect Yourself

Jul 3rd, 2018

by: Anna Beam, Vice President | Associate Marketing Director

Information SecurityInternet SecuritySecurity

At Community Banks of Colorado your privacy is always on the forefront of our thoughts. That’s why we take security so seriously. To help you with maintaining your data, we are arming you with quick tips for online and in your home. Incorporate these tips into your day-to-day routine and start protecting yourself.   Quick ...

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Potential Fraud On The Rise – How To Protect Yourself

Feb 27th, 2018

by: Anna Beam, Vice President | Associate Marketing Director

Business TipsInformation SecurityInternet SecuritySecurity

5 Reasons Why Cash Flow Is Important To Small Businesses At Community Banks of Colorado, we take the protection of your financial well-being very seriously and have experts diligently monitoring for fraud activity. Nobody is safe from potential fraud, which makes everyone a possible victim. The losses can be quick and large, but we make ...

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Phishing And Vishing Is On The Rise – What You Need To Know!

Oct 13th, 2017

by: Anna Beam, Vice President | Associate Marketing Director

Information SecurityInternet SecuritySecurity

5 Reasons Why Cash Flow Is Important To Small Businesses Recently there has been an increase in phishing and vishing scams verifying data from the ‘dark web’ due to the Equifax data breach. Calls might try to trick you into giving personal information. Here are some tips for recognizing and preventing phone scams and imposter ...

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Identity Thieves Are Great Impersonators. Don’t Get Fooled!

Sep 25th, 2017

by: Anna Beam, Vice President | Associate Marketing Director

Information SecurityInternet Security

From sending emails that appear to be from companies you know and trust, requesting donations in light of the recent natural disasters (fires, hurricanes, and earthquakes), utilizing fear from the recent Equifax data breach to obtain personally identifiable information (i.e. credit card data, account information, etc.), to adding card-reading devices to ATMs, fraudsters rely on creative ways ...

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