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CCCU has taken a number of steps to ensure protection of your account while using our online services. We use 128-bit secure socket layer (SSL) encryption, our systems are monitored 24/7 and our systems are updated regularly for the latest technology and security patches. We also use multiple layers of authentication when you sign onto our online banking system. Our personal image gallery allows online users to select an image, which is used as an additional layer of authentication.



Identity theft is the fastest growing white-collar crime in the United States. Nowadays, when your purse or wallet is stolen, the cash inside may not be the only thing a thief wants to steal. The most valuable item in your wallet may be your Social Security number.

While you probably can't entirely prevent identity theft, you can minimize your risk. By managing your personal information wisely, cautiously and with an awareness of the issue, you can help guard against identity theft. Below is a pdf with helpful tips to help reduce your risk of identity theft and what to do if you do fall victim to this crime. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about identity theft or feel you may be a victim.



Call the Identity Theft Data Clearing House

1.877.IDTHEFT (1.877.438.4338)

Call Social Security Hotline


Oregon DMV

503.945.5114 or 503.945.5000

Washington DMV


For more information on identity theft please visit the following websites:
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