Hawaii, U.S. Mainland and Canada
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There are some simple steps you can take to protect your security while online:
Check out Protect Yourself Against Fraud for more tips on protecting your financial information.
First, find the padlock icon at the lower-left or right-hand corner of your browser window. If the lock is closed, you are viewing a secure page. If the lock is open, the page is not secure.
No, regular e-mail is not normally encrypted and could be intercepted. Account numbers, account servicing requests or other personal information should not be sent via regular e-mail. e-Bankoh users are encouraged to use the Message Center to communicate to the bank about their accounts.
At Bank of Hawaii, the security of your private information is a top priority. Every secure online transaction you make is encrypted to protect your data against interception. This means providing you with a high-level of online security and privacy so you can bank over the Internet with Bank of Hawaii safely and confidently.
Bank of Hawaii reviews Internet browsers to ensure that they meet functionality and security standards for users who bank online at boh.com. Bank of Hawaii will recommend certain browsers because the version of your browser is important to insuring that your information is encrypted for maximum security and privacy. This may require you to upgrade your browser to one that allows for 128-bit encryption.
Bank of Hawaii’s browser and system requirements for e-Bankoh Online Banking services are as follows (updated 2/2010):
Bank of Hawaii does not support the following platforms for e-Bankoh: