Some security rules to use your personal Site ...
... in total security !
In order that you can view and carry out all your transactions in total security on your employee secure Site, Natixis Interépargne has taken all the necessary steps.
In addition, as a user of this site, you also have an active role to play to ensure the total security of the information that you exchange with Natixis Interépargne.
Please follow our recommendations to read the changes in your employee savings plan account and carry out your online transactions in a totally secure and confidential environment.
https://epargnants.interepargne.natixis.fr : A secure site
On your employee secure Site, once you enter your login (email or company number and server code) and your password, all your viewings and transactions are encrypted in compliance with the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol. This encryption guarantees the confidentiality and integrity of the information exchanged with this site. How can you recognize it? Thanks to the “security” symbols.
- the addition of an “s” (s for secured) after http: http s, a http variant secured with the SSL protocol. When you access the secure site, the address begins with https://,
- the padlock: or
From logging in to logging off: 7 protective measures to apply
1 - Keep your password secret
- The password is your secret code. It must never be communicated to a third party, in writing, by email or verbally. Your Natixis Interépargne contact does not need to know it and is not entitled to request it from you.
- Change it regularly. Select a password with a minimum of 8 characters. Avoid combinations that contain personal references (date of birth, telephone number, etc.)
- On your first login, we invite you to personalize it, complying with the following rules:
- Create a password that is easy to memorize,
- Avoid those that you already use for other services (email, for example),
- Do not write down your password or tell it to anyone,
- Do not store your password on your computer when the browser asks you to. It could then be stolen by a virus.
- After three unsuccessful attempts to log in, your account is automatically disabled.
To reactivate it, you must request a new password, which will be sent by post for greater security.
2 - Protect your account with a mobile number
- By registering your mobile number you are strengthening the security level of your online account which allows you to make any “sensitive” transactions. This measure prevents any attempt at fraud on your account.
- When your mailing and bank information are being updated, a single use code will be immediately sent by SMS to your mobile phone and you will be asked to enter it to validate the transaction.
3 - Verify the sender of an email, the links and the attachments
- Always verify the sender and the nature of any attachments before opening them. If the attached file ends in .exe, .com, .bat, .pif, .lnk, remain cautious and do not open it.
- If an unknown sender sends you a link, copy it directly by hand into the address bar rather than clicking on it.
- If you know the sender but the content of the message seems unusual, apply the same rule.
- If an email seems suspicious, delete it.
4 - Verify the web address of the website where you enter your password
- • Always check that you are on a trusted website. How? By checking the domain name in the address bar and looking for the code https and the padlock the elements guaranteeing a secure connection.
|If you are unsure of the sender, never enter your login or your password on a page displayed after clicking on a link in an email received.
5 - Stay alert!
- Check the date and time of the last login when you access your Employee Secure Site. To check it, click on the silhouette located at the top-right of your screen,
- View your account regularly and check the most recent transactions conducted by visiting the “Your transactions > transaction history” section.
6 - Install firewall and antivirus software
- To ensure the security of your information, protect yourself with a firewall against intrusions and an antivirus to check if your files can be trusted.
- Regularly update your softwareto remain protected. To simplify the process, select automatic updates.
7 - Log off after each visit
- When you have finished viewing your account or carrying out your transactions, click on the log off button.
- If possible, do not access your employee secure Site from a public computer or unknown work station.
Check regularly whether transactions have been carried out without your knowledge (“Transaction history” section).
In case of fraud or attempted fraud, change your password immediately, then please contact the Natixis Interépargne call center on +33 2 31 07 74 00/ (price of a local call in France).
Epargnant, salarié ?
du lundi au vendredi de 8h30 à 18h00
au : 02 31 07 74 00
(prix d'un appel local)