Transport Layer Security (TLS)
Your online banking security is a priority for us. In order to provide the best in security, we need you to ensure that your preferred internet browser is updated and you are running it’s latest version. Your browser has a security protocol called Transport Layer Security (TLS). This protocol ensures that a connection to a remote endpoint is securely encrypted in order to provide privacy and data integrity. TLS is a key component of our security. TLS 1.2 is the most current version and is considered the most secure. It is important that you enable TLS 1.2.
On April 9, 2018, we will be disabling TLS 1.0 and 1.1 protocols, so if you are not running the most current version of your browser, your online banking will be disrupted. When you update your browser it will default to run TLS 1.2. Here is a compatibility chart.
|Browsers & Operating Systems||TLS 1.2 Compatibility Notes|
|Microsoft Edge||Compatible by default|
|Microsoft IE Desktop & Mobile Version 11||Compatible by default|
|Microsoft IE Desktop versions 9 & 10||Capable when run in Windows 7 or newer, but not enabled by default|
|Firefox 27 and higher||Compatible by default|
|Google Chrome 38 and higher||Compatible by default|
|Oracle Hava version 1.7 and higher||Compatible by default|
|Mobile Safari version 5 and higher||Compatible by default|
|Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and higher||Compatible by default|
|Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and below||Not compatible with TLS 1.2|
|Microsoft Windows 7, 8.0, 8.1, & 10||Compatible by default|
|Microsoft XP/Vista and below||Not compatible with TLS 1.2|
Please consult with your IT person, or you can find directions on how to update your browser and enable TLS 1.2 from the ‘help’ button on your browser.