Are You Creating a Safer Internet for Your Members and Customers?

by Banking.com Staff February 10, 2014   Insights

As more banking customers interact with their financial information online, it becomes ever more important that they know how to conduct themselves responsibly online.

Tomorrow, on Safer Internet Day, February 11th, ConnectSafely.org is asking Americans to spread an epidemic of kindness and share the #OneGoodThing  they’ve done, or seen somebody else do, to make the Internet a better place. Safer Internet Day (SID) is a global campaign to promote safe, effective use of the Internet and mobile technology. Hosted in the United States by ConnectSafely.org, Safer Internet Day is commemorated each year on the second Tuesday of February.

SID is a great opportunity to take the time and think about how you’re educating customers and members to be safe online, and reflect on the positive ways technology impacts the way we bank and interact with our finances.

Share your #OneGoodThing on Twitter, Facebook or submit here to spread kindness and celebrate the ways that the online world helps us every day so we can create a better internet together.

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