The Bank of Alma’s Online Banking website uses the
SSL protocol for security. SSL is an acronym for Secure
an encryption technology that was created by Netscape. SSL
creates an encrypted connection between a web server and your
computer’s web browser allowing for private information to be
transmitted without the problems of eavesdropping, data tampering,
or message forgery. The use of an SSL server certificate on a
website is usually indicated by a padlock icon in a web browser such
as Internet Explorer or Firefox.
Secure transmission of sensitive information on a web site such as credit card numbers or personal information requires SSL encryption. In order to use the SSL protocol, a web server requires the use of an SSL certificate. SSL certificates are provided by Certification Authorities (CA). A certificate authority is an entity which issues digital certificates to organizations after validating the existence and viability of the organization. This website uses DigiCert as the CA.
What does the DigiCert seal mean for you?
The site seal is a special logo that verifies that the Bank of Alma has been validated by DigiCert and we are using their SSL certificate to secure this site. Click on the seal below for detailed information about our site certificate.
Bank of Alma is committed to the security of your financial and personal information.