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IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO OUR CUSTOMERS REGARDING THE HOME DEPOT INFORMATION SECURITY BREACH
September 10, 2014

Dear Valued Customer,

 

Herring Bank takes protecting your account very seriously. The Bank is proactively taking action to protect your account(s). 

 

The Bank has become aware that Home Depot has confirmed that their payment data systems have been breached for purchases/transactions made from April 1, 2014 on, which could adversely impact our Bank customers that used their debit cards at Home Depot store locations in the United States and Canada.  Home Depot has indicated that the following payment card information has been compromised:  Customer name, card number, expiration date, cardholder verification value (“CVV Code”) and the service code.

 

The Bank is proactively taking the following actions to protect your respective account:

-Identifying all customer’s potentially impacted by this payment data systems breach.

-For those customer’s that we have identified as potentially impacted, the Bank will be contacting you to discuss how your current card(s) will be replaced.  Note:  It is important to be aware that a Herring Bank team member will have pertinent account information that is not a part of the information that was compromised.  A Herring Bank team member will attempt to validate/confirm your identity by asking you questions that relate to information that the Bank has on file.  The Bank will not ask you for account numbers and/or other information that is related to the compromised information.  If at any time you become uncomfortable with answering the questions, you may contact your local branch or call the phone number listed on the back of your debit card for information and assistance in replacing your card(s). 

-The Bank has implemented fraud monitoring systems to identify potentially fraudulent account activity.  If the Bank identifies fraudulent activity has occurred on your account, you will be immediately contacted by a Herring Bank team member and your debit card will be deactivated.

-The Bank will be issuing new card(s) to you.  Customer’s in the Herring Bank Rewards Program will have their Rewards points from the compromised card transferred to their new replacement card within 24 hours.

The actions to be taken to receive a replacement card vary depending on the type of debit card you have, as follows:

“Flat” Debit Cards ( a card with no raised numbers and/or letters):  If you have a Flat Debit Card, you will need to go to your local branch as soon as possible and no later than within two weeks from notification to receive a new debit card.  Your compromised debit card will be deactivated after two weeks of notification and will not work.  Deactivating your compromised debit card is in your interest to protect your account.

“Embossed” Debit Cards (a card that has raised numbers and/or letters):  If you have an embossed debit card, the Bank will automatically replace/order a new debit card(s) for you.  You should receive your new card(s) within 3-6 weeks of notification.  We strongly recommend that you immediately replace your compromised current debit card with a temporary instant issue card that can be obtained through your local Herring Bank branch, as a way to further protect your account until you receive your new embossed debit card.  Your compromised debit card will be deactivated by the Bank when you activate your new debit card, to ensure your account is protected.

 

What Can You Do to Protect Your Account

The Bank encourages you to monitor your account regularly for unauthorized activity.  In addition, the Bank strongly encourages you to sign up for debit card email alerts on your account.  These debit card email alerts will provide you immediate information as to debit card activity that is occurring or that has just occurred on your account.  These alerts are a proactive tool to utilize in ensuring the prevention of unauthorized debit card activity on your account.

 

Report any suspected unauthorized account activity to your local Herring Bank branch or the Bank’s Customer Service Center at 1-866-348-3435.

 

You may come into your local Herring Bank branch and receive an immediate instant issue debit card to replace your compromised card.

 

You may be entitled to obtain a free credit report from one of the following credit reporting agencies:  Transunion 1-800-680-7289, Experian 1-888-397-3742, or Equifax 1-800-525-6285.

 

As a further reminder, you will have to change preauthorized payments/transfers you may have been utilizing on this compromised card number to your new replacement debit card number.

Home Depot has placed information that may be of value to you on their website, including, offering free identity protection services.  You can access the Home Depot security breach information by visiting the Home Depot website at http://www.homedepot.com.

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Your relationship and trust are very important to us.  We have sophisticated systems and security measures in place to protect your account(s).  As data breaches outside of our Bank control occur we strive to be proactive and take any steps necessary to ensure you are protected.  We appreciate and value our relationship with you.  If we can provide any assistance or additional information please contact your local Herring Bank branch or call our Customer Service Center at 1-866-348-3435.


OpenSSL Heartbleed Bug
April 14, 2014

On April 7, 2014, security researchers disclosed a flaw in certain versions of OpenSSL software that is used by some websites to encrypt communication between a web browser and a server. This flaw has been named the Heartbleed bug and has been widely publicized.

In response to this vulnerability, we have taken the following actions:
- Verified that all webservers used by Herring Bank are not susceptible to this bug. Our servers do NOT use the versions of OpenSSL that are vulnerable to Heartbleed.
- Verified with vendors providing services to Herring Bank and our customers that they have no indication that Heartbleed has been used against their systems and that they have taken steps to ensure that they are not vulnerable to this exploit.
Security experts recommend the following actions to all internet users:
- Contact online services that you use and verify that they are either not affected by Heartbleed or that they have taken steps to address the vulnerability.
- Change all of your passwords for those online services. When changing your password choose secure passwords and use different passwords for each website.
- Monitor your accounts for suspicious activity
If you have any questions please contact the Customer Contact Center at 866-348-3435.


PHISHING ALERT
January 15, 2014

Victims of the Target data breach are vulnerable to phishing attacks right now. Remember, we will never ask you for personal information or your account number in an email; do not respond to emails that warn of dire consequences; check your accounts regularly; look for the padlock key when submitting sensitive info over the internet. File complaints with the Internet Crime Complaint Center: http://www.ic3.gov/default.aspx

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link or any other linked site. Providing links to a non-Herring Bank Web site does
not constitute an endorsement by Herring not constitute an endorsement by Herring
Bank or any of its employees of the sponsors of the site or the information or
products presented on the site. Also, be aware that the privacy protection provided
on the herringbank.com domain may not be available at the external link.

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DEBIT CARD ISSUE
December 19, 2013

Herring Bank has been informed by MasterCard that some Herring Bank debit cards may have been compromised as a result of the recent Target Corp. data breach reported in the news.  All compromised debit cards have been put in INACTIVE status, and must be replaced.  A replacement debit card has been ordered for compromised embossed debit cards.   Also, you may visit your local Herring Bank branch to receive a temporary replacement debit card.   Please contact the Herring Bank Call Center at 866-348-3435 for any questions you may have.  

Herring Bank takes the security of your debit card and account very seriously, and will do all we can to protect your account.

Target's Press Release: Target Press Release

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link or any other linked site. Providing links to a non-Herring Bank Web site does
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Bank or any of its employees of the sponsors of the site or the information or
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FOX News Cast
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link or any other linked site. Providing links to a non-Herring Bank Web site does
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