Isabel 6 is probably the safest way to handle your banking transactions on the Internet. The security of your transactions is one of our highest priorities. The great digitization of society leads to a displacement of crime to the virtual world. Cybercrimes take new forms and require a constant vigilance. The attacks are primarily geared towards the PC of the user. Fraud can appear when malware (malicious software) infects one or more PCs insufficiently protected.
The security of your financial transactions is based on an efficient partition of the roles and responsibilities between you as user, Isabel and your banks. Isabel insists that it is your sole responsibility to ensure the security of your computer, your entire computer environment and your internal processes regarding your financial transactions.
Remain Vigilant and follow minimum safety standards:
The use of the latest version of the Isabel Security Components is mandatory. Users are informed of a new version of the Isabel Security Components is available when logging to Isabel 6. Download and install it immediately because the access to Isabel 6 will be impossible with the old security components once the transition period is over.
False e-mails, dummy websites or bogus phone calls are often used by hackers and cybercriminals to get their hands on your personal data and to initiate fraudulent transactions. This practice is called phishing, and clearly evokes that of fishing: “fishing for personal data”.
Isabel supports the initiatives of Febelfin (the Belgian umbrella federation for the finance sector) for secure Internet banking.
Isabel manages its security system and its production environment on the advice and audit of an American specialist that provides it with a series of services in order to ensure pragmatic risk management.
Isabel has recently adopted this system in order to protect its production environment from the outside world and to avoid viruses, web hacking, physical intrusion, human failures, hardware crashes or service interruptions.
It has furthermore obtained Cybertrust's certification.
This seal of approval shows that Isabel has prioritised its security and that it uses security processes and technologies that are continuously renewed.
For further details about Cybertrust (ex-TruSecure), visit www.cybertrust.com.