Hello Some simple and perhaps obvious advice, but people often do not follow best practices in this context, for the happiness of cybercriminals! :) 1 - Be wary of any message, even if apparently authentic, that you received via e-mail, social networks, etc. that invites you to download documents or files. They could contain malware! 2 - Be wary of any request for data related to payment cards, access banking keys or other personal information received on any digital channel (email). Your bank will never ask you for this information, even for technical or safety reasons: never! 3 - To connect to the website of your bank, type the address directly into the navigation bar. Do not click on links on e-mail etc, which could lead you to phishing sites. 4 - Regularly check the transactions of your bank account to make sure the transactions listed are those actually carried out. 5 - Verify the authenticity of the connection with your bank, checking carefully the name of the site in the navigation bar and the HTTPS connection. 6 - During internet browsing, install only programs which you can verify the source. 7 - Constantly updates the operating system and applications of the computer, only installing official updates available on the websites of the manufacturing companies (I have experience of malware dropped in fake drivers!!). 8 - Pay attention to any downgrade in performance (slowdowns, opening of windows not requests, etc.), or any sudden change of system settings, that may indicate infections. 9 - Use a TAN generator rather than SMS TAN, as malware can sneak in autonomous devices much harder than into your mobile. Specific thread about safe home banking configuration will be posted soon. I would like to add some points for Indian Customers:- As per Reserve Bank of India mandate all national transactions via credit/debit cards are secured with OTP. This means that if someone has access to your mobile and your card details you are out of luck. Any netbanking transaction also is via OTP on SMS, so please keep your phones safe and always put a password and sim lock. Secondly take due note that any international transaction does not follow this rule and OTP is not required to complete such payments. Only your Credit/Debit Card no and your 3/6digit CVV is enough to complete the transaction. Always memorize your card CVV or remember it and write it in a secure place and then put a white tape or use a permanent marker to black out the CVV field on the card. Make sure you do not give your card to swipe at any outlet with CVV on it. Another way is most banks allow you to enable and disable international payments as and when you want. So you can keep international payments disable and use it only when required. Some banks also let you generate virtual cards which are very safe for such kind of transactions. Lastly before using an ATM always ensure the ATM machine has not been compromised. Tug at the card reader to check if a skimmer is installed and check for fake keypad/ cameras always.