Never disclose personal access data such as contract and card numbers or security codes if you are asked to do so. Even by someone claiming to be from UBS. UBS will never make an unsolicited request of this kind, by telephone, email or on the Internet.
Do not use the Access Key to carry out a confirmation if someone asks you to do so – even if they claim to be the CEO of your company. After logging in with the Access Key and card reader, only confirm character strings that you have determined or entered yourself. This ensures that they are correct. This applies to account numbers for making a payment or changes to your own contact data (e.g. telephone number), for example.
If you want to relax your personal security settings in E-Banking, confirmation is required via your Access Card or Access Key. You will need to enter the term “OFF” in the card reader or Access Card Display. Then transfer the code that is displayed to E-Banking.
Only confirm the term “OFF” if you have adjusted the settings yourself.
Do not write down PINs and passwords. Memorize them instead.
This applies in particular to PINs and passwords for debit and credit cards, payment solutions and for the Access Card. Also be sure to use a different password for each digital login and above all not to use private passwords, as these can usually be found more easily by hackers.
Your security risk is not reduced outside our Digital Banking solutions – on the contrary. The rest of the Internet is full of serious threats that could seriously harm your business.
We therefore recommend that you carry out further security checks. With the help of our partners you can screen your company for potential risks. This will allow you to take the right steps to increase security and prevent data loss and downtime.