Business Online Banking

Valley Bank's Business Online Banking is designed to help you easily and efficiently manage your cash flow. It can be personalized to meet your needs and offers 24-hour access to a wide range of self-service banking capabilities. With our enhanced version, you can initiate ACH with accounts at other institutions and request wire transfers. With Business Online Banking, you'll have access to these great features:

  • View account balances, check images, history and statements
  • Make loan advances and payments on all your Valley Bank accounts
  • Move funds internally and externally
  • View detailed transaction reporting
  • Add a new stop payment or search for an existing stop payment
  • Request domestic wire transfers through the Fedwire network
  • Establish multiple user capability that lets you designate individual access

It's safe, easy, and convenient. We utilize state-of-the-art technology to ensure complete privacy and security of your account information and transactions.

Business Security Best Practices:

Although every business is different, the following security best practices can be applied to increase your level of protection against fraudulent activity.

  • Restrict access to any computer used for business banking
  • Enable a user ID and password for access and configure an automatic lock after a period of inactivity
  • Install and regularly update anti-virus software
  • Regularly update the operating system and Internet browser
  • Turn on encryption to protect sensitive data and prevent data loss due to theft or equipment damage
  • Restrict the use of USB drives, external hard disks, thumb drives and any writeable media
  • Use SSL, scan your website daily for malware, and set the Secure flag for all session cookies
  • Use a time-tested spam filter to remove unwanted email from entering your employee’s inboxes and junk folders
  • Turn on automatic updating for software and hardware
  • Closely and regularly monitor the activities of employees
  • Enforce dual authorization control over activities involving the transfer of funds (e.g., wire transfers, account to account transfers and ACH)
  • Educate employees regarding your information technology usage policy
  • Warn employees as certain attacks, viruses and other techniques become more prevalent so they will not become victims at the expense of your business

The impact of fraud can be enormous. For additional information on protecting your business, please visit the following:

Education Center
OnGuardOnline.gov
Federal Trade Commission’s Website Computer Security

 
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