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NBD’s online banking page more secure now

first_img Share LocalNews NBD’s online banking page more secure now by: – April 14, 2012 Sharing is caring! Tweet 73 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Share Sunrise, FL. – The National Bank of Dominica Ltd. (NBD) is stepping up its protection for customers against phishing scams. NBD has partnered with Easy Solutions, a world leader in online fraud protection, to proactively detect and shutdown any phishing attacks.Phishing is the fraudulent practice of sending emails purporting to be from legitimate businesses. The emails appear authentic and direct recipients to scam websites where sensitive information is obtained. The attacks continue to target Caribbean financial institutions and their customers.“We understand that our valued customers face various threats when conducting online banking sessions,” says NBD General Manager Michael Bird. “It is important that we make online banking as secure as possible to protect our customers’ assets. We selected Detect Monitoring Services by Easy Solutions because it has a proven track record at detecting and shutting down phishing attacks as fast as possible.”Detect Monitoring Services (DMS) provides 24×7 protection by proactively detecting and shutting down phishing attacks using patented technology. More than 30 businesses are currently protected by this comprehensive anti-phishing service. DMS is just one of several layers in the Easy Solutions Total Fraud Protection® platform to prevent and detect electronic fraud.Press Releaselast_img read more

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Local Health Foundation Receives Donation

first_imgThe Margaret Mary Health Foundation raises money to meet current hospital needs and ensure future growth.The Margaret Mary Health Foundation recently received a gift from the William A. and Martha H. Hillenbrand Foundation. The $50,000 unrestricted gift will benefit the Foundation and its mission to improve the health and wellness of our communities.“There is not another town in the United States that has a hospital and very dedicated caregivers like Margaret Mary. We are all so very fortunate to live in this wonderful community,” says Gus Hillenbrand, son of William and Martha.The William A. and Martha H. Hillenbrand Foundation was established to support religious, educational and charitable projects in and around the Batesville, Indiana community that were significant to the couple.Margaret Mary’s Health Foundation was established in 2012 to raise money to enhance hospital programs, services, technology and educational opportunities, and to engage the community as partners in health improvement. The Foundation’s role is to receive, manage and disburse funds to meet current hospital needs as well as ensure long-term growth and viability.Mary Dickey, Executive Director of the Foundation says, “We are so appreciative of this very generous donation from the William A. and Martha H. Hillenbrand Foundation. This is not just a gift to the Margaret Mary Health Foundation; it is really a gift to the entire community as it in an investment in the good health of us all.”last_img read more

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Area COVID-19 Updates

first_imgSoutheastern, Indiana – As confirmed cases of COVID-19 climb in the Hoosier State, officials urge people to stay home as much as possible.In Decatur County, Commissioners ordered only critical businesses stay open for the next two weeks. Non-essential businesses are ordered to close. Commissioners recommended residents limit travel to only essential purposes. Greensburg Mayor Joshua Marsh supports that declaration by Commissioners.Franklin County Health Department is urging people to comply with shelter in place request and donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to first responders there.All Ripley County hair salons have been ordered to close. Officials are encouraging people to stay home as much as possible.Batesville Mayor Mike Bettice said, “this is one of those situations where we all need to be working together and doing what we can to slow the spread of the virus down the best that we can.” He stated that means isolation and social distancing.President and CEO of Margaret Mary Health, Tim Putnam, says there are many questions about testing and who can be tested. “Criteria [for getting tested] is very strict. People have to have symptomatic and be flu negative. We’re hard to keep the state lab from being overrun or the supplies we use to swab. And the medium to keep that in from being used to heavily. So that is why the criteria is strict,” stated Putnam.At least six cases have been confirmed between Ripley and Franklin Counties. Putnam says much-needed PPE for the hospital staff has been received, as well as overwhelming support from the community.“The community support is greatly appreciated and the one thing I would ask from everyone in the community is to keep the patents and the team at Margaret Mary, and all the nurses and physicians in the region, in your prayers.”Hill-Rom has announced a donation of $3-Million in critical and intensive care equipment. Combined with previous donations in Europe and Asia, the company has now donated about $5.5-Million to help fight the COVID-19 virus.last_img read more

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