WSFS is serious about safeguarding your personal and financial information.
At WSFS Bank we’re prioritizing your security, whether you are using one of our digital channels, banking by phone or in person at one of our banking offices. We use a variety of security solutions and tools to keep you secure. Various monitoring systems watch activity across the internet to detect out-of-pattern activity to identify and prevent fraudulent transactions and quickly notify WSFS personnel when detected. This gives us the ability to act against any attacking domain. Though we provide secure online banking sessions, we recommend you follow best practices for online banking and steps to help protect your computer and mobile devices.
Below you will find additional security information that we recommend all of our Customers review:
More ways to help safeguard your accounts.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which serves as a great opportunity to brush up on common scams and how to protect yourself. Scammers work around the clock to find new ways to defraud innocent consumers, and thousands fall victim to scams each day.Read More
Whether it’s a compromised business email, ransomware, accounts payable fraud, mail theft, or an investment scam, we’ve all heard of, experienced or know someone who has fallen victim to one of these fraud trends. Even as technology companies and financial sectors work together to develop innovative ways to protect accounts and businesses, hackers are working simultaneously to develop their own “innovative” methods to gain access to money that isn’t theirs.Read More
Thousands of consumers fall victim to fraud daily. From phishing schemes to imposters pretending to be your bank, there are no shortage of scams, and you need to remain vigilant in order to protect yourself, your information and your bank accounts.Read More
You’ve seen it – someone sends you an email posing as your bank, asking you to verify your account information. Or maybe your business receives an electronic invoice from a vendor with a minor, yet off-putting, detail – like an unfamiliar email domain name. One small lapse of judgement on your part, and you’re compromised.Read More
As businesses continue to shift to digital payment systems for in-store and online transactions, fraudsters and financial institutions (FIs) are caught in a game of cat and mouse.Read More