Tiffany Nels has been promoted to assistant vice president branch manager of Security National Bank of Enid's 210 North Oakwood Location. Nels is a veteran banker with more than 15 years of banking experience. An Enid native, Nels received a Business Degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. She began her banking career in Enid 2001. Nels joined Security National Bank in 2014. Nels works with new and existing bank customers to secure lines or extension of lines of credit, commercial loans, consumer credit loans, and real estate loans. Nels is active with March...
In an effort to maintain the highest standards in data security, Security National Bank's online banking will no longer be compatible with older versions of operating systems or browsers that do not support TLS 1.2. After May 15, 2017, users need to ensure that TLS 1.2 is enabled. Please see the chart below to verify your online banking will continue to work after this date. If you have any questions or need assistance enabling TLS 1.2, please call Security National Bank's online banking department at 580.234.5151.
Longtime Enid banker Mark Boler will retire April 28, 2017 after 35 years in the banking industry. He was a vice president retail lender and branch manager at Security National Bank's 210 North Oakwood location. Boler was a lender with SNB for 23 years. "We had benefited from Mark's leadership and team oriented management style" said president Brad Blankenship, "he has been an integral part of our success for several years" added Blankenship, "we wish him a joyful retirement". Boler was a lender with Northwest Bank prior to his Security National Bank career.
Protection from Cyber Attacks
The Department of Homeland Security Provides the following preventative strategies to help online users proactively look for emails that could lead to a cyber-attack.
- Never click on links in email. Go to the site and log on directly. Whatever notification or service offering was referenced in the email...
Security National Bank of Enid has promoted Brian Hiebert to Senior Vice President of Information Systems. Hiebert manages the day-to-day operations of the banks information systems at three locations. He began working at Security National Bank in 1993 becoming the Network Administrator in 1994, Assistant Vice President of Information Systems in 1997 and was named Vice President in 2003. "Brian Hiebert is an exemplary employee" said the bank President Brad Blankenship, "his strong leadership skills, along with his strong banking background continues to propel...
Security National Bank of Enid will once again be rewarding five lucky area students for their good grades with the SNB Pays for A's program.
Since 2002 thousands of report cards have been submitted. The bank sponsors the program twice a year, once for spring semester grades and once for fall semester grades.
The program is open to students in grades 3 through 12. Public and private school students are encouraged to participate. Students will have until 5pm February 10, 2017 to take their report cards to any of Security National Bank's three...
IRS warns of a new tax bill scam
We certainly understand if the latest IRS imposter scam makes you queasy: it involves a fake IRS tax notice that claims you owe money as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
The IRS says the fake notices are designed to look like real IRS CP2000 notices, which the agency sends if information it receives about your income doesn’t match the information reported on your tax return. The IRS says many people have gotten the bogus notices, which usually claim...
Mobile devices are used to access a variety of accounts anytime and anywhere. Social media accounts, banking accounts, and email accounts are among a few. With the ease of accessing these accounts also comes the risk of intruders doing the same. Below are a few tips from the American Bankers Association to help keep your information and your money safe.
- Use the passcode lock on your smartphone and other devices.
- Log out completely when you are finish a mobile banking session.
- Install mobile security software.
- Beware of apps...
Security National Bank of Enid will be kicking off a drive to stock a community diaper bank that will help "leave no child wet behind". The SNB Busy Baby Diaper Bank will be open for donations from September 2nd thru October 7th.
"The diaper need is there", said Security National Bank vice president April Danahy, "in Garfield county there are 35 percent of children from infants to five years old living under the poverty level". The Community Develop Association's (CDSA's) Baby Basic Program Hopes to address the need of struggling families faced with having no...
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