Security

WSFS is serious about safeguarding your personal and financial information.

Security

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.

How To Keep Your Information Safe This Holiday Season

The holiday season is a time for cheer and gift giving to loved ones and friends. In the excitement of searching for that special gift, shopping for them can bring some risk for loss of personal or financial information when you aren’t prepared.

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Easy Ways for Consumers to Simplify Their Banking and Go Digital

Months into the pandemic, we continue to see many aspects of our lives transform at an accelerated pace. Banking is no stranger to the digital frontier. By 2006, 80 percent of U.S. banks offered online banking, in turn enabling digital banking to evolve and secure itself as a simple, safe and convenient avenue for customers to complete their financial tasks and reach their monetary goals.

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Can You Spot a Phishing Scam?

Every day, thousands of people fall victim to fraudulent emails, texts and calls from scammers pretending to be their bank. And in this time of expanded use of online banking, the problem is only growing worse.

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Digital Considerations to Help You Prevent Fraud

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.

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Simple Steps Businesses Can Do to Fight Fraud

As financial institutions develop innovative ways to protect the accounts of businesses large and small, so to do criminals work to develop their own methods.

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When Merchants Are Compromised: How Scammers Are Stealing Your Business’ Account Information

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.

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4 Digital Financial Tools To Help You Bank Safely During COVID-19

With the world still mired in an unprecedented pandemic and social distancing the new norm, people find themselves adjusting the “old way” of handling everyday tasks in order to stay safe.

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How to Prevent Business Email Compromise

Maintaining a secure work environment and minimizing fraud are key for business owners today.

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Mobile Device Secure

It's important to take the same precautions on your mobile device that you would on your computer to ensure your safety and security.<br>

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