American Bank of Commerce is aware of the “Heartbleed” Internet bug affecting many servers. We have already taken measures to help prevent a data breach and our online banking service was not and is not running a vulnerable version of OpenSSL.
American Bank of Commerce continuously runs tests on our systems, and there is no indication our systems are at risk. We are working with our critical business partners to ensure that their systems are secure. Helping protect your personal and financial information is one of our top priorities — every day, 24/7.
While there is no indication of compromise, changing your password is advised when there is a known vulnerability in an application or software. In this case, we have taken appropriate steps to help protect our site. Please be on the lookout for phishing emails masquerading as “Heartbleed” password change notices. If unsure, avoid using embedded links.
We recommend customers periodically change their passwords and use a unique password for each site.
Visit our Fraud Education Center to obtain tools and learn more about protecting your personal and financial information.
Together, we'll remain vigilant to help protect your online security. You have our commitment to continuously enhance our security measures to help prevent cybercrime from happening to you.