Security & Privacy
AARP Fraud Watch Network Partnership
Ensuring and safeguarding our customers' personal information is of the utmost importance to People's United Bank. That's why we have partnered with AARP to deliver the Fraud Watch Network. Our collaboration with AARP provides our customers and consumers with educational resources and information to help fight identity theft and fraud.
Consumer Alerts & Security Information
People's United Bank works diligently to keep your online assets safe and secure. In so doing, we employ security measures that comply with federal regulations.
We value the protection of your assets and have provided resources below to help you continue to safeguard it.
Security is Our Focus
People's United places a high value on the security of your online assets, but security is a mutual responsibility. The following steps will help to ensure that your assets are properly safeguarded.
Personal Banking Security
Online security is a daunting task to many individuals. That is why we are providing a list of effective security measures that you can easily follow to best protect your computer and online assets.
Business Banking Security
Implementing good computer security at your business can be expensive and time consuming for your employees. People's United Bank has developed a list of low-cost security recommendations that you can implement to protect your online assets.
Protecting your personal information is important. As a part of that effort, we have developed a statement on privacy issues which outlines how we handle your information and the steps we take to protect it.
People's United Online Guarantee
In order to eliminate any concerns you may have about using People's United Online, we offer this online guarantee to our consumer customers.
People's United Bank will never send unsolicited emails asking customers to provide, verify, or update Passwords, PINs, or Account information such as Social Security number, Account Number, Credit Card Number, or other personal information. If you receive a suspicious email that appears to be from People’s United Bank, please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about "Phishing".
You often don't know you've become a victim until fraudulent activity shows up in your bills or bank statements. Protect yourself from identity theft.