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Fairfax Branch
10555 Main Street
Fairfax, VA 22030
(703) 242-5300
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Vienna Branch
502 Maple Avenue West
Vienna, VA 22180
(703) 667-4170
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Reston Branch
11700 Plaza America Dr Ste 110
Reston, VA 20190
(703)-663-2300
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Chantilly Branch
4500 Daly Drive Suite 240
Chantilly, VA 20151
(571) 395-4000
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Mortgage Division
4211 Pleasant Valley Road
Chantilly, VA 20151
(703) 766-6400
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Computer Security

Scammers, hackers, and identity thieves are looking to steal your personal information – and your money. But there are steps you can take to protect yourself, like keeping your computer software up-to-date and protecting your personal information. Protecting your Passwords and backing up your files are a necessary precaution.

Use Security Software That Updates Automatically
The bad guys constantly develop new ways to attack your computer, so your security software must be up-to-date to protect against the latest threats. Most security software can update automatically; set yours to do so. You can find free security software from well-known companies. Also, set your operating system and web browser to update automatically.

If you let your operating system, web browser, or security software get out-of-date, criminals could sneak their bad programs – malware – onto your computer and use it to secretly break into other computers, send spam, or spy on your online activities. There are steps you can take to detect and get rid of malware.

Don't buy security software in response to unexpected pop-up messages or emails, especially messages that claim to have scanned your computer and found malware. Scammers send messages like these to try to get you to buy worthless software, or worse, to "break and enter" your computer.

Give Personal Information Over Encrypted Websites Only
If you're shopping or banking online, stick to sites that use encryption to protect your information as it travels from your computer to their server. To determine if a website is encrypted, look for https at the beginning of the web address (the "s" is for secure).

Some websites use encryption only on the sign-in page, but if any part of your session isn't encrypted, the entire account could be vulnerable. Look for https on every page of the site you're on, not just where you sign in.

Protect Your Passwords
Here are a few principles for creating strong passwords and keeping them safe:

  • The longer the password, the tougher it is to crack.  Use at least 10 characters; 12 is ideal for most home users.
  • Mix letters, numbers, and special characters.  Try to be unpredictable – don't use your name, birthdate, or common words. 
  • Don't use the same password for many accounts.  If it's stolen from you – or from one of the companies with which you do business – it can be used to take over all your accounts.
  • Don't share passwords on the phone, in texts or by email.  Legitimate companies will not send you messages asking for your password.  If you get such a message, it's probably a scam.
  • Keep your passwords in a secure place, out of plain sight.

Back Up Your Files
No system is completely secure. Copy important files onto a removable disc or an external hard drive, and store it in a safe place. If your computer is compromised, you'll still have access to your files.


In the News

Presentation to Investors November 2018

Freedom Bank’s Board Elects Lauren Friend McKelvey as Director

The Freedom Bank of Virginia Announces Earnings for the Third Quarter of 2018

OTC Markets Group Newsletter: October 2018

Shaun E. Murphy Joins Freedom Bank of Virginia as Chief Operating and Credit Officer

Freedom Bank partners with McLean Project for the Arts on Artfest 2018 being held on Sunday, October 7th

Freedom Bank of Virginia names new CEO - the former chief of Bay Bank

Joseph J. Thomas Joins Freedom Bank of Virginia as New President and CEO

Freedom Bank Board of Directors Elects H. Jason Gold Chairman

Freedom Bank’s Board Elects Brandon Park as Director

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