5 Ways to Protect Yourself from Cyber Fraud

Here's what you can do to keep your Fidelity workplace savings account safe.

1. Set up online access for your Fidelity NetBenefits account. Cybercriminals frequently target unregistered online accounts.
> From the NetBenefits.com login page, select Register as a new user.
2. Create a unique username and password for your Fidelity NetBenefits account. Avoid using your social security number or email address as a login identifier. Don't share this information with anyone and don't ever reuse passwords.
> If you're new to NetBenefits, create a UNIQUE username and password during the Register as a new user process.

If you're already registered, visit NetBenefits.com > Menu > Profile > Security Center > Login information to change your username and password.


Add or update your mobile phone number and email address. Get real-time alerts and confirm sensitive transactions through two-factor authentication.


Visit NetBenefits.com > Menu > Profile > Personal & Contact Information.


To enroll in optional two-factor authentication at logon, visit NetBenefits.com > Profile > Security Center > Additional security. Don't share these codes with anyone.

4. Sign up for e-Delivery and monitor your Fidelity NetBenefits account. Check account statements and other documents for unauthorized activity.

Visit NetBenefits.com regularly. To receive your documents via email instead of U.S. Mail, go to Profile > Preferences > Communication.

5. Enable Fidelity MyVoice. With your personal encrypted voiceprint, you can protect your account from cybercriminals in the voice channel and eliminate the need for passwords.

Next time you call, a Fidelity Representative will offer to enroll you -- you'll need to provide Fidelity consent to create your unique voiceprint.

When it comes to securing your accounts, Fidelity is here to help and protect what matters most -- your trust and financial future. To learn more about how cybercriminals act and how to protect your accounts, identity and devices, check out our Personal Security Checklist.