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Corporate Account Security

As a business owner, you need an understanding of how to take proactive steps and avoid, or at least minimize threats which can affect your business. Below are some tips to help you keep your business account safe.


  • Use a dedicated computer for financial transactional type of activity. DO NOT use this computer for general browsing and email
  • Apply operating system and application updates (Patches) regularly
  • Ensure that anti-virus/spyware software is installed, functional and is updated with the most current version
  • Have host-based firewall software installed on all computers in your network
  • Use the latest versions of Internet browsers, such as Explorer, Firefox or Google Chrome with pop-up blockers and keep patches up to date
  • Turn off your computer when not in use
  • Review your banking transactions and your credit report regularly (See Check your Credit Report section)
  • Contact your Information Technology provider to determine the best way to safeguard the security of your computers and networks
  • Call us immediately at 956.631.7890 if you believe your Rio Bank account has been compromised
  • Click here to access our interactive Commercial E-Banking Risk Assessment and Controls Evaluation

Significant Threat

Corporate Account Takeover
Corporate Account Takeover is the business equivalent of personal identity theft. Hackers, backed by professional criminal organizations, are targeting small and medium businesses to obtain access to the web banking credentials or remote control of their computers. These hackers will then drain the deposit and credit lines of the compromised bank accounts, funneling the funds through mules that quickly redirect the monies overseas into hackers accounts.

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