We take the security of your data and information seriously. That’s why we use sophisticated tools, technology and training to keep the information you entrust to us safe, protected and secure.

Current Security Alert

Identity theft scams to get unemployment benefits are on the rise. Fraudsters are using stolen identities to apply for unemployment benefits. Find out what to watch for, how to keep your information secure, and what to do if you’re affected.

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How We Protect Your Information

Have confidence that whether you access your accounts online, by phone, through an ATM or in our branches, your information is being kept safe.

KeyBank uses best practices for security when we call clients

KeyBank does keep in touch with clients and provide service through legitimate calls, emails and texts. When we contact you, we will never ask you to provide or verify your:

  • Full Social Security or account numbers
  • One-time password
  • Username or password
  • Answers to security questions over the phone

To safeguard your information, we also use:

  • Industry-leading cybersecurity tools, practices and technology
  • Multifactor identification practices that protect clients’ identities
  • Our Cyber Defense Center, which tracks the latest threats
  • Our Fraud Prevention Services group, which monitors client accounts proactively for suspicious activity

If You Think You May Be a Victim of Identity Theft, Contact KeyBank Immediately

  • To report confirmed fraud or identity theft on your KeyBank account, call 1-800-433-0124.
  • To report a lost or stolen KeyBank credit or debit card, call 1-800-539-9056. For clients using a TDD/TTY device, please call 1-800-539-8336.

If You Believe You’ve Received a Suspicious Email

  • Forward the email to reportphish@keybank.com (do not change or retype the subject line).
  • Do not open any attachments or click on any links.
  • If you opened attachments, or clicked on any links, call Online Banking Support at 1-800-539-1539.

Responsible Disclosure Program

If you believe you have identified a potential security vulnerability in any product, system, or asset belonging to KeyBank, Cain Brothers, KeyBanc Capital Markets, or Laurel Road ("KeyBank"), please submit a report to our Responsible Disclosure Program at HackerOne.