1. Treat your smart phone like a computer and protect it with anti-virus software.
  2. Use the Keypad lock or phone lock function of your mobile device when not in use.
  3. Delete text messages, e-mails, and other sensitive information before loaning out or selling your mobile device.
  4. Avoid storing passwords or other sensitive information on your mobile device where it could be discovered if your device is lost or stolen.
  5. Never disclose via text message, phone call or e-mail your personal or financial information,
    • Account numbers
    • Passwords
    • Social Security Number
    • Date of Birth
  6. Be cautious when using public hotspots.
  7. Consider your WiFi and Bluetooth connection settings (even at a trusted retailer), fraudsters can spoof the name of reputable hotspots.
  8. Download the most recent versions of apps and keep them updated.
  9. Sign off when you are finished using the Credit Union of Denver app rather than just closing it.