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Secure data transfer

During the transfer between cus­tomer com­puter and the finan­cial institution’s server, data are encrypted, making it impos­sible for third par­ties to view them.

Encrypted data transfer

The e-banking sys­tems employed by Swiss finan­cial insti­tu­tions are among the most secure world­wide. Cus­tomer data are pro­tected from unde­sir­able third party access during transfer by imple­menting var­ious secu­rity pre­cau­tions. A dig­ital SSL cer­tifi­cate allows for checking the e-banking server's iden­tity.

Data between the e-banking server and the cus­tomer com­puter are encrypted using at least a 128 bit key both ways. This modern and widely used tech­nology guar­an­tees a high stan­dard of secu­rity, pro­tecting the data recorded and trans­ferred from manip­u­la­tion. Encryp­tion takes place auto­mat­i­cally, without cus­tomers having to do any­thing spe­cial or needing to install any spe­cial soft­ware.

You can find fur­ther infor­ma­tion and an exact descrip­tion of cer­tifi­cate checks in our article on cer­tifi­cate checks.

Finan­cial insti­tu­tions use the most up-to-date secu­rity sys­tems to com­pre­hen­sively pro­tect their cus­tomers’ data and finances at any time.

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This basic course will point out cur­rent threats on the Internet and con­veys mea­sures as to how you can pro­tect your­self by taking some simple mea­sures.

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