Identity Theft is a serious crime that causes millions of Americans unnecessary inconvenience and hardship. Below, you can choose from a list of topics offering important information and resources that will help educate and protect you against this growing criminal threat.

Be Aware of Scams

Learn about common scams happening to better protect yourself:

Security Alert: Phishing Messages & Calls

First Hawaiian Bank would like to alert the public of fraudulent text, email, and robocalls currently being circulated that states that their account is limited and directs them to call or click on a link to provide their account information. These messages did not originate from the bank.

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Fraud Prevention: How to Protect Your Financial Information

Learn more about general security precautions, email and online security and how to help keep your computer and online experience safe.

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Fraud Prevention: Credit and Debit Cards

First Hawaiian Bank has safeguards in place to help prevent your credit and debit cards from being misused by others. Learn more about what we are doing to secure your accounts, as well as steps you can take to protect your finances.

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Identity Theft: What to Do If You're A Victim

Learn essential steps to take if you become a victim of Identity Theft.

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Safeguarding All Your Online Accounts

The security of your online accounts and personal information is the highest priority and we have provided a list of tips and recommendations that you can follow to continue to protect your accounts.

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