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Smart Money Monday: "Phishing"

HONOLULU (HAWAIINEWSNOW) - Traditional "phishing" would ask for your personal information via email. But now their attempts are more sophisticated and more immediate .

Bank of Hawaii senior vice president of corporate security Brian Ishikawa joined Sunrise on Monday morning to answer some important questions and provide tips.

Here are tips on how people can protect themselves:

- Never provide your personal or account information in response to an unsolicited request.

- Remember, your bank would not ask you for your ATM PIN, credit card number or CVV (the 3-digit number imprinted on the back of your card.) The bank already has this information.

- Review your account statements regularly to ensure all charges were authorized by you.

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