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Fairfield County Bank has joined with IronKey®
to bring you a USB plug in device that works to prevent man-in-the browser attacks; man-in-the-middle and key logging attacks. IronKey’s Trusted Access is designed for commercial bank customers who use Online Cash Management and ancillary services. Such services might include ACH transactions, payroll, wire transfers, account to account transfers and remote deposit.

Fairfield County Bank recommends that all business online banking customers take specific precautions to protect their computers and business from risk of virus, malware and cybercrime. We recommend that business offices establish dual controls for transaction processing, confine the application use to one designated PC where possible, limit e-mail access from the designated PC, and restrict access to the internet for information searches, social networking or other media. Trusted Access provides our business banking clients a secure connection while meeting the NACHA and FBI guidelines for safe online banking without difficult installation or operating requirements. Providing an additional level of security to our customers is very important to us.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does the IronKey Trusted Access device work?
The device is a USB key or plug which is plugged into the USB port on your computer.

What does the IronKey Trusted Access device do?
The Trusted Access device is delivered preconfigured to preempt access to internet sites, urls, social media and e-mail other than what is required to operate your online banking service. The “device” is programmed to provide a secure operating system with secure internet access along with an encryption feature that transforms information to make it unreadable to anyone except those possessing special knowledge, usually referred to as a key. The combination of security, encryption, and restricted access programming work to prevent hackers and cyber criminals from accessing and using online banking log-in identification and passwords.

Are there any system requirements for use of Trusted Access?
Yes, the minimum system requirements are:

  • 1G memory for Windows XP (32 bit version)
  • 2G memory for Windows Vista and Windows 7 (32 bit and 64 bit versions) Trusted Access does not work on other operating systems.
  • USB 2.0 (high-speed) port
  • Active internet connection

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