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National Cybersecurity Month

October is National Cybersecurity Month.  National Cybersecurity Month’s mission is to raise awareness about the increasing number of cyber threats and empowering the American public to be safer and more secure online.  Whether it is the national infrastructure, your business, or your household, cybersecurity is a team effort.  Home Federal Bank encourages our customers, our employees and members of the communities we serve to take the simple steps to be safer online, making the internet safer for everyone.  


We all enjoy the opportunity to get away and travel.  Mobile devices, laptops, and the cloud allow us to stay connected while we are away.  However, many of the cyber risks that we face at home, work, or the classroom travels with us.  The more we travel and access public Internet and use different devices the more risks we face.  Taking simple steps can help you stay safe online and focus on enjoying your travels.  The Department of Homeland Security has compiled some of these protective steps as part of their Stop.Think.Connect. Campaign .




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Wherever you are, wherever you go, Home Federal Bank is Always Within Reach. With locations in Tennessee and Kentucky, we're your hometown bank that understands the needs of our communities. Visit one of our branches in Middlesboro KY, Harlan KY, Harrogate TN, Jacksboro TN and New Tazewell TN and let our Personal Bankers help you with your banking needs. 


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