To help you better protect your financial accounts, KeyBank regularly shares alerts on widespread fraud activities. Check back often to keep tabs on the latest cybersecurity issues you may encounter.

Alerts

Be Aware of Email Account Compromise Scams

Email Account Compromise (EAC), also known as account hijacking, is a sophisticated scam that targets the general public and professionals associated with, but not limited to, financial and lending institutions, real estate companies, and law firms.

December 2017
Alerts

Beware of SMiShing (phishing text messages) Appearing to Come from KeyBank

Since the Equifax breach, we have noticed an increase in phishing and SMiShing attempts by cybercriminals trying to take advantage of public concern about identity theft.

November 2017
Alerts

Concerned about identity theft post-Equifax? KeyBank can help!

While the Equifax data breach is fading from the headlines, we know clients continue to have questions and concerns about the data breach’s long term impact. Bank accounts, including credit and debit card accounts, are prime targets for hackers who’ve access personal information.

October 2017
Alerts

Information regarding the Equifax cybersecurity breach

Equifax recently disclosed a cybersecurity incident that might affect more than 140 million people whose personal information and account information is stored in Equifax databases.

September 2017
Alerts

Information regarding the Equifax cybersecurity breach and further resources

KeyBank is committed to helping clients who have questions and concerns about the Equifax data breach. Our current understanding is that KeyBank client information shared with Equifax was not affected by the data breach.

September 2017
Alerts

Affected by Hurricane Harvey or Irma?

Coping with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey or Hurricane Irma? You can count on us for help with your KeyBank accounts. Please call us at the numbers listed below. We’ll be glad to hear from you.

September 2017