Heartbleed Bug

Important Information Regarding the Heartbleed Bug

On April 17, 2014, information regarding a global vulnerability known as “Heartbleed” was discovered and announced. This vulnerability is a flaw in the OpenSSL libraries, commonly used for encryption over the internet. Bank of New Jersey is aware of the situation and has confirmed internally and with our vendors that our systems containing customer data and passwords were not vulnerable.

Bank of New Jersey is committed to maintaining a secure environment for your transactions and to ensure customer information remains secure. As an precautionary measure, we encourage you to change your passwords on all online services you use with Bank of New Jersey. We also encourage you to change your passwords on any other secure website you use once you confirm those sites are not running or have patched any affected systems.

At Bank of New Jersey, we take our commitment to protecting customer information seriously and thank you for trusting in Bank of New Jersey.