Keep it safe

Here you can find out about common scams, get advice on how you can keep yourself and your family safe from fraud and learn how our security systems work.

We want you to Keep it Safe

It’s important that you stay educated when it comes to fraud and that you know what to look out for.

Through Keep it Safe, we'll give you advice on how you can protect yourself from fraud, share how our authentic security and contact systems work and let you know what to do if you ever suspect you’ve been targeted by fraudsters.

We will never ask you to:

  • reveal PINs, the numbers from your debit or credit card, eBanking logon details or passwords over the phone, through email or text.
  • share your computer screen with us while you're logged on to eBanking – or ask for numbers from your security card.
  • move money to another account for ‘security purposes’.
  • give us your unique 3D Secure codes - and you will only ever be sent them when making a purchase yourself. If you haven’t made a purchase and receive a code, you should let us know

Please remember, you should never call a phone number or click on any links in unexpected emails or texts, even if they look genuine.

If you ever suspect:

  • fraud;
  • an unauthorised transaction on your account; or
  • misuse of your eBanking or Mobile Bank access?

Please contact us immediately.

Report fraud

Stay one step ahead

Familiarise yourself with the ways you may be targeted by scammers.


Secure apps

Surf securely on Wi-Fi

Secure passwords

Social media

How we protect you



Integrated security in eBanking

Our systems use SSL encryption to ensure that:
  • You can see that you are communicating with us
  • We can identify you before transmitting any confidential information
  • Unauthorised people can't access your information


When you access eBanking, we ask you for your passcode and a number key from your security card.

eBanking uses Access ID as its security system.



Free Webroot Secure Anywhere®

You can download Webroot Secure Anywhere® free if you use eBanking.
It uses worldwide Webroot © Intelligence to identify new files, classify threats in real time, prevent browser attacks, remove viruses from your PC, and defend against financial and data-theft malware.

Download Webroot Secure Anywhere

Protect your computer


Always update programs when prompted. When you update your software - operating system, browser and all other programs - you close the security loopholes that hackers, malware and viruses find and exploit.


Install antivirus software, update the program regularly to ensure continual protection against new viruses, and set it to automatically check any downloads for viruses.


Installing a firewall will prevent hackers from accessing your PC. Make sure you keep it updated.


Keep your passwords secret. Don’t use names or birthdays as passwords - use a combination of letters, digits and symbols. Use different passwords for each site, and change them regularly.


Rather than opening programs directly, save them on your hard drive and have your antivirus program check them before you open them. Don’t open attachments in unsolicited emails.

Social media

Be careful when opening links, images etc – even if they come from someone you know, they may contain malware. Do not disclose personal information, as you can’t be sure who’ll see it.

Protect your mobile devices

Use a password

Make sure that your mobile or tablet is secured with a password, passcode, or lock pattern.

Keep your software updated

Allow your mobile device to automatically install updates to its operating system and apps. This will help to close security loopholes.

Only install apps you trust

Some apps may contain malware. Only download apps from legitimate sources such as Google Play, App Store or Windows Market.

Install mobile security software

Most antivirus software is available for mobiles.

Be careful what you save to your mobile devices

Don’t save important passwords and sensitive email messages on your mobile or tablet.

Keep your phone number updated on eBanking

If your phone is lost or stolen or you change your mobile number, remove the old number from your eBanking profile.

eBanking security 

Three quick tips to keep yourself protected

  • Keep your details to yourself

    Keep your details to yourself

    Ensure that no one but you has access to your eBanking logon details (your UserID, password and the number from your security card). We will never ask for your password or the number from your security card under any circumstances.
  • Be vigilant

    Be vigilant

    Always use eBanking in a place you trust. If possible avoid using publicly available computers and open Wi-Fi networks.

    Be careful when you use a Wi-Fi network, as others could tap into your computer. Remember to activate the encryption key before using the Wi-Fi network.

    Look for the locked padlock or unbroken key symbol in the browser when using our website, always log off after you have completed your eBanking session, and immediately report unusual activity (such as unexpected error messages, lengthy log-in time, or suspicious payments).

  • Make sure you're on the real eBanking

    Make sure you're on the real eBanking

    Don't use links from emails, text messages or another site - they could take you to a fake website that looks like ours, especially those expressing an urgent need for you to update your information, activate an account, or verify your identity. We will never send you an email containing a link to eBanking.

    Always access eBanking by either manually typing or accessing the site from your favourites. When you try to access eBanking you’ll see that 'https://'will appear before the address.

Suspect something?

If you suspect fraud, an unauthorised transaction or misuse of your eBanking or Mobile Bank access, you should contact us immediately.

Report fraud or phishing

Reporting vulnerabilities

The safety of our customers’ data is the top priority for Danske Bank. We are working every day to improve the safety on our sites and systems.

You have the opportunity to help us, if you have found a vulnerability on our sites or in our systems. Therefore, we encourage anyone who has discovered a vulnerability to visit our Responsible Disclosure site, and report the vulnerability.

Visit Responsible Disclosure, if you want to report a vulnerability on our sites or systems.

Take Five is a national initiative¸ led by Financial Fraud Action UK (part of UK Finance), that offers straightforward and impartial advice to help everyone protect themselves from preventable financial fraud.
For more information visit Take Five’s website.