Cayman National

Security Questions & Answers

How secure are Cayman National Online Banking transactions?

Security starts with the browser. To protect transactions, only log-ins from a browser that supports the highest level of encryption (128-bit) is accepted. Encryption is implemented by the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol, which shows up as a padlock symbol on the taskbar. This prevents transactions from being read by unauthorised parties over the Internet.

If you have a PC, you should use Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or Netscape Navigator 4.06 (or higher versions) to access your accounts.

If you have a Mac, use Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 (or higher) or Netscape Navigator 4.5 (or higher).

Do I keep my access code and password confidential?

You are responsible for keeping your passwords and login identification confidential, and not provide them to any person. You must protect your account access information at all times. Should this information be compromised, it is your responsibility to call or email the Customer Support Centre immediately at 345 949 8300.

Is account information kept private when I do business over the Internet?

Yes, many layers of security protect your account information. In addition, your password prevents unauthorised users from accessing your account.

How secure is my account information with Cayman National?

Cayman National has developed a comprehensive security system and operates in an environment specially developed for hosting Internet banking. All data transmissions relating to your account are monitored by security software and trained staff. Any data passing through the system examined for certain characteristics, and user name applications, Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and many other characteristics are identified to provide additional security.