TFCU has enabled the following security measures in order to ensure that your member information is safeguarded:
Enhanced Security (Multi-Factor Authentication) Sign-On – Your
homebanking login is a multiple step process (detailed below) instead
of one screen where you enter your Member Number and Password, you
enter your Member Number, Password and Random Security Code:
- The first time you login, you will be asked to enter in three
(3) challenge questions and corresponding answers along with some
other identifying personal information such as your Member Number,
last 4 of SSN, and DOB.
- During subsequent logins, you may be asked to answer a
challenge question and verify the Random Security Code.
- Limited Sign-On Attempts – Your Homebanking account will be
disabled for 30 minutes following a pre-determined number of unsuccessful
- Automatic Timeout – Following a period of 10 minutes with no
activity, your homebanking session will automatically terminate.
eNotices – By way of our FREE eNotices system, you can be
automatically emailed for activity on your account such as:
- Online Transactions
- Automatic Debits
- Insufficient Funds
- Bill Payer Bills Paid
- Confidentiality – Your password’s and pin numbers are personal
and private information. Our TFCU employees will
NEVER ask you for passwords or pin numbers.
SSL Encryption – Our homebanking website is protected via a
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) which uses SHA-1 with RSA
encryption. Your information is safe because it is
transmitted using this secure encrypted method.
Most popular web browsers, including Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft
Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Apple Safari, are capable of
conducting a secure session with an SSL enabled web server at a minimum
of a 128-bit encryption level.*
Check your browser's encryption level here.
- Firewall – TFCU’s computers are protected by a
Firewall. A firewall is a device configured to permit,
deny, encrypt, or decrypt network information passing from the Internet to
TFCU’s internal computers.
For the best security, please check the links below to upgrade your
*Make sure your security settings can support these security measures.
Click the Tools menu, and then click Internet Options. On the
Advanced tab, scroll to the Security section and check settings
for SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0, PCT