Bank of Hawaii uses the latest technology - including cryptographic techniques, firewalls, and trusted operating systems - to ensure that your Internet transactions with Bank of Hawaii are secure and tamper-proof.
We employ advanced electronic data encryption to provide privacy for the data flowing between your computer and our online server. To determine if an online session is encrypted or not, look at the “key” or “lock” icon located in your browser’s window. If it is solid or locked, then the session is encrypted. If the key icon appears to be broken or the lock icon unlocked, then encryption is not being used and the current session is not secure.
To make sure you’re taking advantage of the current state-of-the-art technology in Internet banking security, we suggest you sign on using a 128-bit secure browser.
Protecting the privacy of your information on boh.com.