Cornerstone Bank believes that your online security is of extreme importance. As we are all aware, as technology improves, certain security features become outdated. Effective November 19th, Cornerstone Bank will be removing the Security Picture and Passphrase combination from the password screen on your Online Banking and Mobile Banking logins. Also, on November 19th you will be required to answer different security questions. Online Banking customers will be prompted to change the security questions at login. Before attempting to use any Mobile Banking product, you will need to change your questions by logging in through a computer. Once the questions have been updated you can resume use of all of these products as usual.
Our new software has been enhanced with a multi-layered system that will increase the protection of your financial information. As always, when you have a secure connection to a Cornerstone Bank site the address bar will be green.
As a reminder, we ask that you monitor you accounts closely. Please notify Cornerstone Bank immediately if you notice any fraudulent activity in your account. Cornerstone Bank also utilizes Fraudwatch Plus which tracks unusual activity on your debit card and will alert you of suspicious activity.
YORK-- The 32nd Annual Cornerstone Bank Tennis Tournament was held Saturday and Sunday August 9 and 10 at the Levitt Tennis Courts in York. Over 70 competitors took part in the two day event, and there was a competition in eight separate divisions.
In the Men’s Open Championship final, Joe Ritzdorf of York met Trevor Milburn of Lincoln. Ritzdorf defeated Milburn 6-1, 7-5.
In the Women’s Open Championship match Tammy Tegler of Eagle defeated Emily Petersen of York 6-3, 7-5.
Joe Ritzdorf (York) over Trevor Milburn (Lincoln) 6-1, 7-5
Logan Cobb (York) over Zach Tabor (Walton) 2-6, 6-0, 10-6
Phil Cook (Beatrice) over Scott Porath (Eagle) 7-6, 6-2
Tom Milburn (Lincoln) over Brian Kongsjord (Seward) 3-6, 6-2, 11-9
Men's Open Doubles
Joe Ritzdorf (York) and Comron Yazgerdi (Hastings) over Trevor Milburn (Lincoln) and Colby Hoshor (Lincoln) 6-1, 6-2
Tammy Tegler (Eagle) over Emily Petersen (York) 6-3, 7-5
Emily Meisinger (York) over Emma Zeller (Columbus) 6-4, 6-1
Shannon Brinkman (Lincoln) and Tammy Tegler (Eagle) over Patty Seier (Lincoln) and Deb Bitzer (Lincoln) 7-5, 7-6
You may have heard of a potential computer virus that affects the Internet Explorer browser. Cornerstone Bank has addressed this issue and we are confident that our online banking is secure. That being said, Microsoft and Cornerstone Bank recommend that people use another browser such as Chrome, Firefox or Safari until Microsoft corrects this issue.
UPDATED 4:00 p.m. 05/01/14 -- Microsoft has issued a fix for a security flaw in Internet Explorer. The fix updates the computers of all users of the Windows operating system who have automatic updates turned on. To turn on these updates, users should click on the "Check for Updates" button on the Windows Update portion of their Control Panel. The fix also includes code for the Windows XP operating system.