Bank Of Utah
Security Information
Internet Banking Security
We use specialized software and other technologies to protect your information within Internet banking.
When you log in to Internet banking from the Bank of Utah home page, we secure the connection with Secure Socket Layer [SSL] technology, then transmit access ID and passcode. SSL encrypts your personal information before it leaves your computer, ensuring that no one else can read it. Once received, this information is transported within our systems via an encrypted network. This is how we prevent unauthorized users from accessing our systems and your information through the Internet.
Read our Internet banking security guarantee

Protecting Your Confidential Information
As an Internet banking user, you are responsible for safeguarding your information on the user end. Practice the following measures to ensure that your activity is secure:
Keys to a Secure Computer
Tips for Safe Computer and Internet Use
Precautions While Logged in to Internet Banking
Additional Fraud Advisories
For more information, visit This site provides tips from the federal government and technology authorities on preventing cybercrime.
This page was created to provide security awareness and tips for protecting sensitive information in accordance with Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)