Learn how UBL Funds protects your account The privacy and security of your account information are very important to us. UBL Funds uses the following features and technologies to help ensure the security of your personal and financial information during online transactions.
- Web browser encryption: To access your accounts through UBL Funds.com, your web browser must support 128 bit encryption and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) version 3.0 protocol. These technologies provide the highest level of security and privacy when you access account information, initiate online account transactions, or send secure messages.
- User name and password protection: Your UBL Fund's account user name can include letters and numbers. Your password must contain 4 to 10 characters and must include at least 2 letters and 2 numbers. After several unsuccessful logon attempts, UBL Funds will disable your password as precaution. If your password is disabled, you can restore access by calling UBL Funds.
- A time-out feature: Secure areas of our site have built in timers that terminate your access after a specified amount of time to help reduce the possibility of unauthorized access from an unattended computer. When you finish viewing your account information, log off the site and close your browser.
- Masking your Bank Account number: To prevent unauthorized users from viewing your bank account number online, we will only display the last four digits of your account number. Any preceding digits will be marked by eight asterisks. Taking precautions As you conduct business online, taking a few simple precautions can go a long way toward protecting your personal information.
Also keep in mind the following suggestions
- Verify website security. Make sure the website has the proper encryption by first verifying that the Web address (URL) begins with https://. Then mouse-over the padlock image (depending on your browser) in your Web browser window to show the security. You can also double-click the image to get additional information on SSL security.
- Take caution when using public computers. Be cautious when using public computers (especially when traveling abroad and those found at libraries, Internet cafés, and schools), or using shared ones, such as home computers. You don't know what may be installed on these computers. Public computers are traditionally on open networks and can be susceptible to monitoring without your knowledge.
- Check your last logon date and time. UBL Funds.com will display the last time you, or someone authorized by you, logged on to your account. Contact us if you suspect the last logon date and time don't match the last time you logged on.
- Update your software. Older computers are harder to protect. PCs running Windows 95/98 operating systems don't receive security software updates and have difficulty operating newer software, therefore increasing their vulnerability to hackers.
- Close your browser. UBL Funds recommends that you close your Web browser after accessing your account information online. Some of your account information can stay in your browser's memory until the browser is closed.