How safe and secure are ASB Securities Online Share Trading services?
ASB's online security policy is to take every practical step possible to keep your accounts secure. Like our other services, ASB Securities Online Share Trading has many layers of security; one of which is strong encryption, which scrambles information passing between you and ASB before it travels over the Internet.
To log in to ASB Securities Online Share Trading, you'll need to provide your unique username and password. You can also choose to enable Netcode at log in for an extra layer of security.
ASB Securities Online Share Trading also hold and Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificate. It's a badge of authentication and means that if you're using a modern browser, your address bar will show a padlock next to its URL when you visit our site. This makes it easy for you to be sure you're on the genuine ASB website.
An important part of staying safe online means taking your own precautions. Safeguard your personal and account information and keep your computer and mobile devices updated with the latest security software and security patches.
It's important to keep your Access Code and Password to yourself. Regularly changing passwords is another way to keep your accounts secure. With the ASB Mobile banking app you can change your password easily - even if you've forgotten your old one.
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