Security Center

Our top priority at S&T is to ensure that our customers have a safe and secure banking experience, whether online or in one of our branches. S&T utilizes a Defense in Depth model to protect the security, confidentiality and integrity of customer information.

Report Fraud

Do you suspect you are the victim of fraud or identity theft? Report it!

Protect Your Identity

Identify Theft information you should know.

Cybersecurity Tips

from S&T Bank’s Chief Security Officer, Kevin Dodds.

Fraud Against the Elderly

Seniors Can Be Fraud-Fighting, Scam-Busting Superheroes, Too

Credit Scores

Monitoring your score can help you discover discrepancies in your credit report.

Online Security Basics

A secure password is your first line of defense when accessing your information online. Learn tips on how to create an effective one!

Recognize phishing tactics

  • Be wary of unsolicited calls, emails and text messages

    Never share personal information in response to an unsolicited call, email or text.

  • Never share your password or PIN

    Your passwords and PINs are private. Never divulge your personal credentials.

  • Don’t open attachments or click links from unknown senders

    Opening attachments and clicking URLs can infect your devices.

  • Be careful when using public Wi-Fi

    Public wireless hotspots are not secure. Limit use and avoid logging into sensitive accounts.

Yes, with online banking and mobile banking you can monitor account activity from anywhere. Additionally, you can establish alerts to be delivered via text or email to keep you informed.

If you suspect you’re a victim of identity theft, call our Solution Center immediately at 800.325.2265. Learn more about what you need to do immediately to protect yourself.

You are able to request a free copy of your credit report, up to three times per year. You can do this at

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