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FREE Shred Day, May 10th  
April 23, 2014
Douglas County Bank, Jayhawk File Express and Asset LifeCycle will host the eleventh annual Shred Day on May 10, from 9 a.m. – Noon. The event will be held at the Douglas County Bank downtown branch parking lot at 9th and Kentucky.
 
Bring your old documents and Jayhawk File Express will shred and then recycle them. This is a FREE service and is open to the public. If you would like some guidelines on how long to keep various records, stop by any one of the Douglas County Bank locations and ask for a "Records Retention Schedule."

We will also offer electronics recycling again this year. Asset LifeCycle will accept most items with a power cord and/or containing a circuit board such as working or non-working Computer, Electronic, Telephone, Networking, Office, Commercial, Home Electronics, and Diagnostic Equipment. A small fee of $10 for CRT monitors and LCD/Plasma televisions, $20 for CRT televisions under 27" and $35 for CRT televisions over 27" (big screen/console televisions) will be assessed. All other electronics will be recycled for FREE. For more information about Asset LifeCycle and what is accepted for recycling visit the website at www.assetlc.com.



e-Banking Scheduled Maintenance Calendar  
April 23, 2014
In order to keep Online Banking and accompanying e-Banking Services up-to-date, secure, and running as smooth as possible, we routinely perform maintenance. During maintenance these services may be temporarily unavailable, or may display data that is not up-to-date.
 
We make every effort to schedule maintenance at times that are least inconvenient. All maintenance is performed on Saturday or Sunday evenings between the hours of 11:30 p.m. and 4:30 a.m. CT. Below you will find the scheduled maintenance dates for the upcoming months. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding.

  • May 3rd and 17th
  • June 7th and 21st
  • July 12th and 26th



DCB e-Banking Unaffected by Heartbleed Bug
April 10, 2014
As recently reported in the news, a vulnerability has been discovered within a specific SSL protocol, and has been dubbed the "Heartbleed Bug." SSL (Secure Socket Layers) is a widely used protocol that provides communication security over the internet; however, there are different implementations of SSL.
 
The Heartbleed Bug only affects a specific open-source implementation of SSL, called OpenSSL. Therefore, only websites that utilize the OpenSSL protocol are susceptible. Douglas County Bank does not use OpenSSL in any of our e-Banking environments. As such, our website, online banking, and other e-Banking services are not susceptible to the vulnerability.



Security Advisory Notice for Apple Devices  
March 3, 2014
A Critical Security Advisory was recently posted by Apple regarding a vulnerability discovered in their iOS (iPhone/iPad) and OSX (Apple desktops/laptops) platforms. Last week Apple pushed out an update to devices running iOS or OSX which includes a software patch for this vulnerability. Apple recommends users take steps to reduce the risk by applying the update, which can be found under "Software Updates" in general settings.
 
In addition to staying tuned to your device manufacturer's communications and security recommendations, Douglas County Bank advises you to continue to apply good security practices such as maintaining and rotating secure passwords, and staying educated on security best practices. You can find information to help you protect your online privacy and security by visiting our e-Security page and following the links to our Security Site, Protect Privacy micro-site, and Computer Security pdf.




Mobile Deposit Now Available  
    
February 14, 2014
Save yourself a trip to the bank and deposit checks simply by snapping a photo! Mobile Deposit is a new feature available in our Mobile Apps for iPhone®, iPad® and Android
phones (Android tablet integration coming soon).
 
Update your app to the latest version (4.0) to begin using the new feature. Before doing so, please take a
moment to follow the link below and read "Important Information to Know Before Using Mobile Deposit."

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