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We want to ensure you know that the well-being of our customers has always been a top priority for us. Our goal is to provide a higher level of personal service to our customers.

Foreign Cybersecurity Threats Against the U.S.

The U.S. government has imposed strict sanctions against Russia following its invasion of Ukraine. Officials expect Russia to retaliate with cyberattacks against our country’s critical infrastructure. Russia has already used cyberattacks in Ukraine, bringing down many of their government and banking websites. Security National Bank has been monitoring these threats and taking appropriate action. We encourage you to be aware and take steps to keep your own systems and information secure. Contact us to report any suspicious account activity.

  • SNB Account Alerts: Review your bank Account Alerts to ensure alerts are set to help you monitor account activities. Visit our site for more information on Account Alert options and how to get them set up on your device. 
    SNB Account Alerts
  • Emails: Email is the simplest, most common way for a hacker to introduce malware or steal your information. Always use caution when opening email attachments and clicking links. Ransomware is a very real threat. According to the BBC, Russia was linked to 74% of ransomware revenue in 2021. 
  • Requests for Information or Money: Never accept payment instructions or requests for private information based solely on email, text or messaging correspondence. Follow-up using contact information already available, not information in the electronic request.  
  • System Updates: Make sure your electronic devices have the latest updates to help protect against security threats. 
  • SNB Cybersecurity Webinar: Lastly, you can check out our Cybersecurity webinar for more information about common online schemes and scams to learn how to help safeguard your business from loss of information and assets. Karen Sylvester of EPCOR joins a panel of Security National Bank security & technology specialists to discuss real-life examples of how to protect your business. Here's what you'll learn: + Latest fraud trends and schemes. + What fraudsters are after, besides your money. + How fraudsters may be gaining access to you and your information. + Tips to help your business and employees avoid becoming victims. + What to do if you become a victim.
  • Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA): To stay up-to-date on the latest news regarding cybersecurity threats and what you can do to safeguard your information, visit the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) website.

     Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

COVID-19 Response

We want to ensure you know that the well-being of our customers has always been a top priority for us.

Our lobbies and drive-thrus are open with regular hours. Please visit for hours of a specific branch near you.

Security National Bank is following CDC guidelines about preventative measures based upon COVID-19 community level data. Given the most recent information, masks are no longer required, regardless of vaccination status. If you are experiencing symptoms, please use the drive-thru where available or our online or mobile banking options. Upon entering, if you choose to wear a mask we may ask you to pull down your mask slightly so we can identify you.

Furthermore, we want you to feel confident that we are committed to acting responsibly. We continue frequent cleanings at our locations, ensure our employees have current information and continue to provide convenient hand sanitizers for customers and employees.

As much as we enjoy seeing you in person, you may prefer to minimize your daily interactions. There are many other ways we can serve you – through online banking, mobile banking apps, our ATM network, by appointment and drive-thrus.

Best Practices for Alternative Banking Solutions

Mobile banking

We encourage all customers to make sure you’re prepared to bank electronically should the need arise. Here are some actions you can do to ensure you have access to your accounts where and when it’s convenient for you.

Our Education Center can also be a great resource for step-by-step video instructions. 

Education Center Video Library

      • Online Banking: Enroll or test your online banking usernames and passwords on home computers and mobile devices. With our recent upgrade, if you haven’t logged in recently, you will be prompted to set up three new challenge questions. 
        Online BankingBusiness Online Banking
      • Mobile Check Deposit: If you use mobile banking, you already have access to make deposits. Watch this video to help you through the steps. With this service, you can take a picture from your mobile device of your check and deposit it without bringing it to a branch.
      • ATM Access for Cash or Deposit: Ensure you have access to cash by validating your PINs on debit and credit cards. All Security National Bank branch ATMs have the ability to accept deposits. Here’s a list of SNB ATMs nearest you. 
        SNB ATM Locations
      • Make Contactless Payments with Mobile Wallets: You can enjoy all the benefits of your Security National Bank Visa® debit and credit card by paying contactlessly via your smart phone using Apple Pay®, Google Pay™ and Samsung Pay® in-store or online.
        Learn More About Mobile Wallet Payments

Cybersecurity and Identity Theft

Criminals are always looking for times of vulnerability. Keep your information safe. Don’t fall victim and know that financial institutions and government agencies never call or email asking for your personal information.  

Keeping You and Your Loved Ones Safe

To stay up on the latest news and preventative hygiene information, visit the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Coronavirus website.

 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Coronavirus

SBA Loans for Small Businesses and Non-Profits

The Small Business Administration (SBA) is the best resource for its programs and more information can be found at Additionally, our team is dedicated to serving businesses and helping find solutions that best fit their needs. Please do not hesitate to let us know how we can help you.

Have more questions? Contact a banker at 402-344-7300 or toll-free at 844-SNB-1964.


Impact of the CARES Act on Retirement Plan Accounts

Has the CARES Act left you wondering how it will impact your retirement plan accounts? Learn more in our FAQs or contact an advisor at (800) 776-5783.

 CARES Act Impact on Retirement Plan Accounts FAQs

Contact Us

If you have any questions about your accounts, call us at (402) 344-7300 or toll-free at (844) SNB-1964. We’re here to help with your banking needs.


Investment and Insurance Products:

    • Not FDIC Insured
    • Not a Bank Deposit
    • Not Bank Guaranteed
    • May Lose Value
    • Not insured by any Federal Government Agency


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