The security image and questions and answers protect you against online theft and fraud, provide you with more peace of mind when accessing our e-services and help to minimize the risk of falling victim to a spoofed website.
You will complete a simple, one-time enrollment process the first time you log in, which is as follows:
After enrollment, when you login you’ll enter your User ID (JS
followed by your account number). then, we’ll show you the picture you
selected. If the image shown to you is correct, you’ll continue with the
login process and enter your password. This is your assurance that you
are logging into the legitimate Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union site,
since no one else knows your image.
Your challenge questions will only be displayed again if you login
from a different computer than you used when you enrolled. If we don’t
recognize the computer, we will double check that it is really you.
You’ll have the opportunity to register computers you regularly use to
access e-services so you don't have to go through the process again.
This enhanced security does not require any additional hardware or
software. All of the identification and validation takes place behind
the scenes — creating a silent but secure login. The protection of your
financial information and the security of your online transactions are
very important to us.
You can rest easy because the JSFCU Mobile Banking app uses the
latest security measures including "out-of-band” user authentication when you
register your account. Plus, a personal
PIN replaces your traditional User ID and Password to unlock your app and data.
The Jersey Shore website uses 256-bit encryption, one of the most secure encryption methods available, to protect the data entered on our website. You can rest assured the information you enter at jerseyshorefcu.org is encrypted, stored in a safe environment and never sent over email. Our web servers and databases are fully managed within a 5-tier security system and protected by a web application firewall as an additional level of security.