Every member is assigned an Access Number, but you shouldn't use it for your sign in credentials. Instead, replace it with a unique username, because it will be harder for fraudsters to guess. Use letters, numbers and special characters.
Biometric Sign In
You can use biometrics like a fingerprint or facial recognition to sign in. It’s a great security feature because if you lose your phone, it won’t allow others to access your account.
In case of an emergency, suspicious activity or a security threat or if we need to verify your identity, we’ll need to know how to contact you. So it’s important to keep us up to date.
More Ways to Protect Yourself
- Make sure your operating systems, software and browsers are up-to-date and that you have antivirus and firewall protection.
- Set strong passwords and enable screen locks to keep others from using your devices.
- Keep your sign in credentials private—Navy Federal will never ask for them.
- Clear your devices’ caches and browsing history to protect passwords and payment history.
- Be extra cautious when using public computers or Wi-Fi, and don’t use them for financial transactions.
- Be aware of privacy policies and terms and conditions on sites you use and on anything you download.
- Check for a padlock symbol and "https" in your browser's address bar before sharing payment information.
- Download apps and software only from authorized vendors.
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