Cybersecurity center

Cyber crime comes from all over the world every day and night, attacking companies of all sizes. Your first step in protecting yourself is understanding the risks you face.

When good enough is not enough

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You know better than anyone the threats you face. You only have to look at the logs every morning to see the intrusion attempts. From all over the world, bots are pinging your ports, looking for an opening. There's malware, phishing, identity theft, brute force attempts – and the dark web, where huge files of user names and passwords are openly for sale. The list goes on.

Webster has assembled these resources to raise awareness and provide guidance. As part of our client partnerships, we collaborate to help them maintain a secure environment.

Resources and articles

Cybercrime and your business

Cybersecurity is not an IT issue; it's a business issue. The financial ramifications sink many companies every year. Be aware and take basic steps to protect yourself and your customers.

Malware and phishing

Learn about the basic types of malware and how you can best avoid them. These include common phishing attempts, which are messages or links that look okay, but are actually malicious.

Fraud checklist

Put the fraud controls in place now to manage risk and guard against identity theft, embezzlement and other financial crimes. You must diligently guard your systems, staff and transactions. 

Cybersecurity during Covid-19: Part 1

Cyber criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic to unleash new attacks. Get important tips from Part I of our Insights guide to spot suspicious activity and protect yourself. 

Cybersecurity during Covid-19: Part 2

Part II of our resource guide shows you how to limit your losses and recover from a cyber attack. These include step-by-step procedures and low-cost, low-tech solutions. 

8 steps to avoid disaster

Here's your checklist to ensure you have the disaster recovery (DR) controls in place in case of a storm, pandemic or other occurrence. Act now before you have to react later. 

Questions? Talk to us about our solutions to prevent cybercrime and fraud.

Contact us

Received a fraudulent or suspicious email which appears to be from Webster Bank?

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Forward the email to Or, call Webster Bank’s Security Hotline at 1.800.966.0256, 7:00 am to 10:00 pm, 7 days a week