Never Give Out Account Details
optionsXpress Australia will not request your login or password or your personal information by e-mail. Nor do we send attachments in an e-mail communication, except upon your direct request to a live person on our staff.
To protect the security of your account, optionsXpress Australia will not provide or confirm your password. No one from optionsXpress Australia will ever request your password. If you forget your password, you will be able to reset it online at any time using our secure password reset service.
Take Caution with Email
If you receive a suspicious e-mail request from optionsXpress Australia, please do not comply but call us at 1300 781 132 or forward the e-mail to email@example.com with your concern in order to verify its authenticity.
From time-to-time we may send identity verification e-mail requests for accounts to comply with various U.S. and industry regulations. E-mail is not a secure form of communication. To arrange for a secure method to transfer of sensitive personal information or legal documents, please call us at 1300 781 132.
It Is Your Responsibility to Keep Your Password Secure
If you distribute your password to third-parties, you assume responsibility for their actions. We recommend that you never share your password and that it be changed frequently—at least once a month. Secure password changes may be made online at anytime.
Set your automated account logoff to a reasonable time, to help ensure that you never leave your personal information untended.
Keep Your Systems Current
optionsXpress Australia recommends that you maintain up-to-date system software, a current anti-virus and anti-spyware software, an internet firewall solution, and we suggest you become familiar with your browser and computer’s security settings. Anti-virus and anti-spyware software require frequent updates to keep pace with new risks.
Use Caution on Networks
optionsXpress Australia recommends that you use caution when accessing your account via a wireless network connection and refer to your wireless manual or software vendor for security capabilities.
To help protect your account, you should use your own known computer and regularly conduct system tests for possible system vulnerabilities.
Review Your Account Regularly
Check your account regularly as well as your mailed quarterly statements to verify all transactions. Notify us immediately of any erroneous or suspicious transactions.
Addition Security Tips
For additional tips from the federal government and the technology industry, please visit OnGuard Online. OnGuard Online also links to GetNetWise which can help you select the right tools to secure your computer.