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Your smartphone has more in common with your computer than with your old mobile phone. Criminals know you're literally carrying a small PC in your pocket and will do all they can to access your personal information. Following a few simple steps you can dramatically reduce your risk of having your money and identity stolen. See the tabs below for suggestions. To protect the security of your U.S. Bank and/or U.S. Bancorp Investments account, we’ve expanded our authentication options to now include ﬁngerprint scan, one-time passcode, visual pattern and facial recognition.
You can sign up for security alerts for any text-capable phone (including smart and non-smartphones). We’ll send you a security alert when your U.S. Bank and/or U.S. Bancorp Investments account personal information is changed. Being alerted to these changes promptly can help you identify and stop potential fraud. You’ll receive a security alert by email or text message when any of the following events occur:
Learn more about U.S. Bank and/or U.S. Bancorp Investments security alerts.
Smartphones are great for keeping in touch with friends on Facebook, getting tweets or staying connected through other social media apps. With all the information you share, it’s important to learn basic security tips for all social media networks and apps. (PDF)