The policies and practices adopted by PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia, Tbk ("BRI") as the following reflect the commitment of BRI in keeping and maintaining your privacy and security once you access BRI websites and BRI internet banking.
BRI will neither sell, exchange nor disclose all information related to the customers or BRI website and internet banking visitors.
BRI does not trace BRI website visitors.
During your log in to the BRI internet banking, BRI will use cookie which will end once you log out.
All your banking transactions and information on other accounts are kept confidential in accordance with the regulations having the force of law applicable in Indonesia and BRI internal policies.
BRI employs 3 (three) layer security systems in order to protect your access and transactions with BRI internet banking, namely:
SSL is a security technology that "encrypts" inter-computer communication channel in order to make it illegible by others.
mToken is additional security technology that always produces a different password each time used.
Due to the various types of internet browser available, it is difficult to provide internet banking that is in line with the security of each browser. BRI currently only provides internet banking facility which is more compatible if accessed by using Microsoft Internet Explorer version 7, Mozilla Firefox version 2.0.0, Safari version 4.0.3 or its most recent type. BRI apologizes for this inconvenience.
BRI uses the encryption technology of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 256 byte to protect the communication between your computer and the BRI server during your access to the BRI internet banking.
To ensure protection of communication during your access to the BRI internet banking, you can do as follows:
BRI requires you to enter User ID and PASSWORD prior to access to the BRI internet banking.
You are required to change the PASSWORD and fill in the fields of e-mail when you log-in internet banking BRI for the first time.
To ensure protection of your access to the BRI internet banking, please do the following:
Follow the instructions on our agents how to get your mToken back.
BRI requires you to provide your e-mail address to BRI. BRI will use your e-mail address to send information on financial transactions completed through the BRI internet banking and various non-financial transactions during first log in, change of e-mail? address, add connection, and so forth. In addition, BRI also uses your e-mail address for the purpose of promotion, gathering invitation, and other information.
To ensure protection of transmission of information to your e-mail address, please do the following:
In the BRI website, BRI provides URL link to other websites which are not under the control of BRI. BRI is not responsible for the content and security of such websites. Should you access such websites, please check their privacy and security policies.
If you access the BRI website or internet banking through URL link from other websites, make sure that the address you access is correct, namely https://ib.bri.co.id
BRI may at any time change this policy on privacy and security of information in order to make adjustment to the latest situation and technology. You may at all times view the BRI latest information and policy on privacy at https://ib.bri.co.id/privacy BRI.
Tips for the Use of the BRI Internet Banking with Better Security.
Basically, the BRI internet banking system or network has applied maximum security. The condition of the BRI internet banking security is at all times monitored and improved in line with the development of technology and the current threat.
The threat is also experienced by all internet users including those of the BRI internet banking. Therefore, BRI requests you as the BRI internet banking user to be on alert over the various types of threats which may occur when accessing internet. Tips for security when you access the BRI internet banking include as follows:
Phising deals with fraudulent means used by certain parties to obtain confidential information on a customer such as User ID and PASSWORD. Those various means include:
Tips for security:
Computer Virus is computer programs made with certain purposes. Generally, virus damages the operation system, application and data in the infected computer. Virus may spread through various media such as: e-mail, disc, CD, USB drive, Flash memory, program from internet or network and also from "mean" website page.
Various instances of impacts from virus infection include:
Worm which looks like a virus is made in order to be able to spread fast to many computers. Even though in general worm does not cause damages as the virus does, it may be used to carry various attachments including those of dangerous kind.
Tips for security:
Spyware is a kind of computer program programmed to "steal" important/personal information from an infected computer and send it to a particular location in the internet to be afterwards taken by its maker. The information which becomes the main target includes: credit card number, User ID and PASSWORD, account number, e-mail address and so forth.
Spyware may be installed through e-mail attachment, the program being installed from unclear sources or by "mean" website.
Virus may be programmed to spread spyware.
However, unlike virus which is more destructive in nature, spyware works silently so that it will not be traceable and thereby will be much easier to gather the information as desired by those making/spreading spyware.
Tips for security:
Security over spyware is similar to that over virus/worm.
Bot is a kind of computer programs which may, if installed in your PC, cause your PC be remotely controlled by others through network. The Bot maker/ spreader may do unlimited actions with your PC.
In general, the controlled PCs (known as Botnet) are used to send SPAM, Virus, Worm or attack other computers connected with the network. Safeguards against spyware the same as security against viruses / worms.