When cyber criminals strike, the future of your business is at risk.

When you bank with Bank of Tucson, we can help you protect the business you’ve built.

We care deeply about cyber security, and strive to provide our clients with the knowledge and tools to help minimize the likelihood and impact of a cyber attack on their financial assets. At Bank of Tucson, we are vigilant about adopting best practices. We continually invest in tools and resources to help detect potentially fraudulent transactions and accounts with a high potential for fraud. We recommend all businesses adhere to best practices at your business and at home to protect against cyber crime, and to use tools such as IBM® Security Trusteer Rapport® software, Dual Control on all wires and ACH transactions to help reduce the likelihood of fraud.

Cyber security information & resources

Cyber security best practices


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