When purchasing a Smartphone, know the features of the device, including the default settings. Passcode protect your mobile device. This is the first layer of physical security to protect the contents of the device. In conjunction with the passcode, enable the screen lock feature after a few minutes of inactivity.
Do not allow your device to connect to unknown wireless networks. These networks could be rogue access points that capture information passed between your device and a legitimate server. Avoid clicking on or otherwise downloading software or links from unknown sources.
If you decide to sell your device or trade it in, make sure you wipe the device (reset it to factory default) to avoid leaving personal data on the device.
Run the updates. Smartphones require updates to run applications and firmware. If users neglect this it increases the risk of having their device hacked or compromised.
Use the same precautions on your mobile phone as you would on your computer when using the Internet.
On September 8, 2014, The Home Depot confirmed a data breach affecting its payment data systems that could have a potentially wide-ranging impact on customers throughout the U.S. While the full scope and scale of the breach is still under investigation, it is estimated that transactions made from April 2014 until September 2014 at The Home Depot stores could be vulnerable to data theft. We are keeping abreast of the investigation as it develops, and will continue to communicate any updates through this page of our website. If you used your Maple Bank Debit Card at Home Depot during this time frame, please make sure to regularly monitor your account and report any suspicious transactions as soon as possible.
Please contact us immediately to report a lost or stolen ATM or Debit Card. After hours, please call 800.535.8440.