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Safety & Security Center

Move forward with the confidence that Independent has your back. We're always committed to the privacy and security of your personal information, taking steps every day to make sure you're protected from fraud. And if something does go wrong? We'll be right there to get you back where you need to be.

Protect yourself from the latest fraudulent scams

Unemployment Fraud

Many consumers have recently found that fraudsters are using their personal information to illegally file for unemployment benefits. They are using the slower processing times due to the COVID-19 pandemic to work in their favor.

Log4j Business Security Vulnerability

You may have heard about the log4j (pronounced Log Forge) security vulnerability — one of the most widespread cybersecurity vulnerabilities in recent years.

Cyber Threats Related to the Russia-Ukraine Crisis

We place a high priority on the security of your personal and financial information.  While we have not seen indications of abnormal or increased cyberattacks, everyone must be extremely vigilant during these difficult times. 

Beware of Phone Scams

Scammers are impersonating financial institutions to trick victims into thinking that they are speaking with a Customer Service Representative. They are then asking for personal data and using it to access victims' Online Banking accounts.

Equifax Data Breach Settlement Scam

After Equifax announced the settlement to their 2017 data breach, fake websites are illegally attempting to gain access to this sensitive information.

Equifax 2017 Data Breach Settlement

Equifax has agreed to pay up to $700 million to help compensate victims of their 2017 data breach. To determine if you were affected, visit FTC.gov.