The Bank of Denver has been locally owned since 1953, focused on providing friendly, efficient service to all of our personal and commercial customers.
Security and Encryption
Our online banking system brings together a combination
of industry approved security technologies and recommended customer security
procedures. We feature a password controlled system, Secure Sockets Layer
(SSL) protocol for data encryption, VeriSign Digital ID, a router and
firewall to regulate incoming and outgoing information to protect both
your information and ours.
Our service supports the following browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox (current and prior major releases. Each time a new version is released, support will cease on the third-oldest major version), Safari Version (current release only) and Google Chrome. Utilizing older broswers may result in disabled functionality or limited access to services.
To begin a session, you will be asked for your Log-In ID and user password.
We use a "three strikes and you're out" philosophy to protect
our customers. After three unsuccessful attempts, the system locks out
the user until someone from the bank intervenes and verifies the customer
and password. Digital ID verifies the user identity and establishes a
Because of the security features of both the required browser and our
SSL encrypted server, the connection is secure. Data traveling over the
Internet between the user and the bank is encrypted with the top industry
standard, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol.
Router and Firewall
All log-in requests are first filtered through a router and then through
a firewall to determine whether the user is granted access to the requested
destination and to protect the internal bank network from unauthorized
outside access. The router is responsible for determining who has access
to which parts of Internet banking. The firewall is a higher level of
security to further filter and verify access.