A little information keeps things running smoothly
- When you visit our site, your browser automatically sends us an IP (Internet Protocol) address and certain other information (including the type of browser you use).
- We may use this information to provide access, for statistical purposes, or to otherwise administer the site.
- In certain sections of our site, we may ask you to provide us with your name or other information so that we may deliver the information you have requested.
- You are under no obligation to supply this information. Without it, however, we may be unable to fulfill your request.
In short, Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union monitors your Web site visits to ensure that your account stays secure, and functions as expected, while you manage your finances online.
Analyzing data and guarding against malicious attacks
- 24/7 Monitoring. All Online Banking and Mobile Banking systems are constantly monitored to help keep member information safe and secure
- Internet Cookies. Cookies are a small text file attached to your computer via our Online Banking web server. Cookies enable our system to recognize your browser and your information as you navigate and conduct transactions within Online Banking. MSGCU uses temporary cookies that are automatically deleted when your browser is closed.
- Google Analytics. This tool uses internet cookies to collect standard Internet log information and visitor behavior information in an anonymous form. The information generated by the cookie about the use of the website (including IP address) is transmitted to Google. This information is then used to evaluate visitors' use of the website and to compile statistical reports on website activity for MSGCU.
- Intrusion Detection Systems. Our network traffic is continuously scanned for possible malicious attacks to our systems.
For your protection, all Online and Mobile Banking activity on the Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union website is recorded in detailed logs. These logs are used for investigating problems and disputes. These logs are also regularly monitored to identify unusual activity.