Protect Your Accounts
Learn How to Stay Protected
with security advice and fraud prevention perks
Your security is important to us. That’s why we provide free fraud and identity theft protection tools for your account at Horizon. Layer on the security by taking advantage of our favorite features for monitoring and keeping your account safe.
Need assistance in improving your security? We’re happy to help!
Customize home banking and text alerts
Keep tabs on things like large transactions, low balance or your weekly balance.
Use your cards with confidence
With limited card liability on your Horizon debit and credit cards, you can breathe easy know that you’re protected should you ever experience unauthorized use of your card.
Guard your card with our mobile card security app
Use your mobile device to switch your card off and on if it’s ever lost or stolen, receive instant alerts and limit card usage based on the restrictions you set straight from your mobile device.
Rest assured, your call is secure
With self-authentication you get an additional layer of security to your account and quick access to your account. When you call our 800 number, you will be asked to verify your information before being able to access basic account information.
Build a Strong Defense
Become a password pro
Establish a complex and unique password that is different from any other login password you have for other accounts.
Keep your contact info up to date
Log in to online banking or visit your local branch. Ensuring we have a way to contact you allows us to quickly reach you regarding any suspicious activity on your accounts or cards.
Consider checking your credit report
Order your free annual report. This will allow you to see if any new inquiries or accounts show up on your credit report when they shouldn’t. You can visit AnnualCreditReport.com to request and download your reports. It’s the only free site that is recommended by the federal government.
Get empowered to protect your information
Identity Protection and Prevention tips with our free interactive online course
Find Out More
About how to protect yourself on our cybersecurity page
Additional Federal Trade Commission resources at identitytheft.gov