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Corporate Account Takeover

Corporate Account Takeover is a form of corporate identity theft where cyber thieves gain control of a business' bank account by stealing employee passwords and other valid credentials. Thieves can then access account information with the click of a button. Businesses with limited or no internal computer safeguards and disbursement controls for use with the bank's online banking system are vulnerable to theft when cyber thieves gain access to their computer systems, typically through malicious software (malware). Malware infects a business' computer system not just through infected documents attached to an email but also simply when an infected website is visited.

Columbus State Bank encourages all customers to keep username and password information in a secure place and to have safeguards in place to prevent thieves from hacking into your computer systems. Please make sure anti-virus software is installed on all computers and running the most current version. We ask that all customers take these appropriate actions to ensure the safety of your account information.

If you have any questions, please contact Columbus State Bank at 979-732-5786.