An Extra Layer of Protection for Your Accounts

We're always looking out for your security—that's why we've given you the option to add 2-Step Verification to our sign in process.

2-Step is a second layer of protection for signing in. After completing the sign in process you’re used to, you’ll be prompted to enter a security code or tap a push notification we’ll send to one of your trusted devices. This is the second step. Then you’ll be able to access your accounts.

By asking you to complete this second step, we’re double-checking your identity. 2-Step makes it much harder for fraudsters to access your account because they would need your username, password and access to your email or trusted device. It’s one more way we’re working to protect your accounts.

If you select "Remember this browser" during 2-Step or if you enable Easy Sign In, we won’t necessarily ask you to complete it every time you sign in. We’ll only ask in certain situations, like when you sign in on a new device or if it’s been a while since your last sign in.

Need help? Check out Frequently Asked Questions.

Step One

Sign in like you normally do with your preferred method. You may be using your username and password. If you’ve enabled Easy Sign In on mobile, you could be signing in with your password by itself, a passcode, a thumb print or face scan.

Step Two

We’ll let you choose whether you’d like to complete 2-Step via email, text* or push notification. If you opt for email or text, we’ll send you a security code to enter. If you prefer to receive a push notification, you’ll just tap the notification to allow access to your digital banking account.