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Privacy and Security

Protection you need to bank safely with confidence

Secure technology to protect your online transactions
Improve your protection against online fraud.
Collection, use and disclosure of your online information
Alerting suspicious and/or unauthorized account activity.
Update how TD communicates electronic messages to you
Recommended guidance on reporting identified vulnerabilities

Online safety tips & best practices

Enhance your online safety to better protect your data and privacy.

  • Choose unique passwords
    Use a passphrase combining letters, numbers and special characters that are easy to remember but hard to guess. Change passphrases periodically.
  • Avoid sharing passwords and pins
    TD Bank Group will never send you unsolicited emails asking you to reply with passwords, account numbers or PINs.
  • Use a firewall
    Firewalls guard your personal network from potential online threats. and offensive websites. Learn about other ways to protect your computer and mobile devices.
  • Use anti-virus and anti-malware software
    Maintaining updates of your anti-virus and anti-malware software along with the latest patches of your mobile devices can protect your computer from threats and cyber-attacks.
  • Guard your mobile devices
    Avoid leaving your devices unattended when using and be sure to make use of your phone's built-in lock and password-protect function when starting up and timing out.
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