JHFCU is committed to making sure that the Internet Branch and Online Check Ordering are safe and secure. With our security infrastructure in place, we are confident that access to your accounts is private and protected. Be sure and check out the Internet Branch FAQ for other information.
While JHFCU works to protect your financial privacy, you also play a role in protecting your accounts. There are a number of steps you can take to ensure that your financial experience on the Internet is safe and secure.
Encryption helps protect your private information so that it cannot be intercepted and read by a third party.
Encryption is the scrambling of information for transmission back and forth between two points. A virtual key is required to decode the information. When you request information about your accounts, the request is sent encrypted (scrambled) to JHFCU. We then decode your request for information and send it back to you in an encrypted format. When you receive it, your information is automatically decoded so that you can read it.
The encryption technology used by the Internet Branch is so secure that it is classified by the U.S. Department of Defense and export of this technology to other countries is forbidden by law.
You can download a Netscape or Microsoft browser that provides the highest level of encryption commercially available.
For digital identity verification, we have a digital server certificate that your browser uses each time you sign on to verify that, indeed, you are connected to JHFCU.
The Internet Branch utilizes cookies to hold a random session ID each time you log in. This ID is verified each time you send or receive information from the Internet Branch. The session ID provides security for your private information by responding only to requests that are intended for you. The session cookie is not stored on your computer, and it is dismissed when you exit your browser, or are logged out after the inactivity period. Without accepting this session ID (cookie), you cannot explore your accounts with the Internet Branch.