Security and Privacy


Protecting Your Information

Northrim is committed to protecting your information and preventing fraud. This page has been prepared to help you recognize the different types of schemes that are used by fraudsters. The sections below direct you to specific topics that explain common types of fraud, what Northrim does to protect your records and ways you can secure your information.

Security Alert Dec. 13, 2021

Upon receiving reports of the Apache 4Logj vulnerability, known to effect hundreds of millions of devices around the world, Northrim has initiated a full investigation and analysis to determine any potential impacts to our systems. 

While Northrim does utilize some software associated with the Apache 4Logj vulnerability in our enterprise network, we are working hard to remediate those vulnerabilities and prevent the proliferation of this weakness.  We will continue to review our environment, monitoring systems and logs for any indications of other related impacts while keeping a close eye on the efforts of our vendors. 

At this time, we can confirm that none of our systems, tools or products were compromised and no intrusion or data access has occurred.  Protecting our clients and their data is a top priority for Northrim.  Our team is continuing to actively monitor this situation as it does with all reported vulnerabilities.

Protecting Your Information

Your privacy always comes first. Understand how we use your information and the options for limiting the sharing of your information.

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Email Schemes

Email scams are frequently carried out when a cyber-criminal compromises a legitimate email account through social engineering or computer intrusion to conduct unauthorized transfers of funds.

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Fraud and ID Theft

Identity thieves acquire your personal data and may use this information to drain your bank account, run up charges on your credit cards, open new utility accounts, or get medical treatment on your health insurance.

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Online Banking

Online Banking fraudsters frequently use nefarious means to acquire the private details you use to login to your online accounts. With this information they proceed to steal funds, often before you realize it.

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