Monthly Security Tips

Common Cyber Frauds and How to Protect Yourself

Digital banking services are being used more now than ever before. Given the COVID-19 pandemic and the shift in banking trends, online and mobile banking have increased in popularity. As these methods of banking become more popular, the threat of cyber-attacks becomes a real concern.

Monthly Security Tip

Ransomware

Everyone has secrets—personal data, passwords, private documents, etc—and people will spend lots of money to keep this information secret or gain access to it. Ransomware is just one way that hackers win access to personal information, expecting its owner will pay to win it back.

Monthly Security Tip

8 Internet Safety Rules for Kids

Cyberbullying, cyberstalking, and internet scams are on the rise—how can we help kids navigate the internet safely?

Please contact us whenever you have questions about the legitimacy of a text message, phone call or email appearing to be from Washington Trust.

A Guide To Cybersecurity

A Guide To Cybersecurity

Learn how to protect your personal information.

FDIC Consumer News & Tips

FDIC Consumer News & Tips

FDIC Consumer News provides practical guidance on how to become a smarter, safer user of financial services to protect and stretch your hard-earned dollars.

Security Tips

Elder Fraud and Financial Exploitation

Sadly, financial exploitation is one of the fastest growing forms of abuse against seniors and adults with disabilities. Learn how to help protect yourself or your loved one.

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