You should always keep track of your financial security. From online investing to banking to managing your credit, stay up to date on today's financial security concerns and what you can do to help prevent problems.
What Encryption Means for Your Financial Security
Encryption and hashing are mechanisms used to conserve your data’s confidentiality and integrity, so that your secrets are kept secret when you send them to us and our servers.
How Account Security Works at Betterment
Here are some of the ways we are keeping you and your data safe.
4 Tips for Protecting Your Identity and Assets this Tax Season
Fraudsters and hackers often abuse trust relationships between online accounts to coerce people into sending them money. Here are four tips to help keep your money and identity safe this tax season.
Use App-Specific Passwords to Sync Accounts More Securely
It’s easy to set up app-specific passwords so that you can help safely share your Betterment data with your other financial providers.
Understanding Account Security
Learn about how you can help secure your account, including using strong passwords, app passwords, and two-factor authentication.
How We Built Two-Factor Authentication for Betterment Accounts
Betterment engineers implemented Two-Factor Authentication across all our apps, simplifying and strengthening our authentication code in the process.
You Gotta Fight for Your Right…to Your Data
Banks can prevent third-party financial apps from syncing with your banking data. They say they do this to protect you, but it’s likely a strategy to stamp out competitors.
3 Steps to Improve Your Online Data Security
Betterment is likely only one of a host of apps you use online—and employing good security hygiene when you’re online is more important than ever.
Betterment’s Response to ‘Heartbleed’ Bug
Everyone in the Betterment community is completely safe from the 'Heartbleed' bug—your Betterment account was not affected.