"Heartbleed" in the News - You may have read or heard about the recently announced "Heartbleed" vulnerability for the Internet community. CSB’s website, internet banking and mobile applications are secure and have not been affected. However, if you use the same password for multiple internet applications, including your CSB internet banking, we strongly advise you to change your CSB password to a unique password used only for CSB internet banking. It would be best to use a combination of upper and lower case letters and numbers. You may also want to refer to heartbleed.com for more information about the “Heartbleed” internet vulnerability. As companies patch their systems to protect from this vulnerability, they may request that you change your password and/or update your security questions. We highly recommend you follow their instructions, keeping in mind that no legitimate business would ask you to provide your password to them. Your password should be known only by you.
Press Release | February 28, 2005
CSB Relocates Loan Operations Staff
Commercial & Savings Bank President & CEO John Limbert today announced the relocation of the Bank’s 18 person Credit Analysis and Loan Operations group from their 6 West Jackson Street office to the 91 North Clay Street facility. This transfer took place on Monday, February 28, 2005.
In making the announcement Limbert commented, “This move is the result of a possible deterioration in the roof on the north end of our building. As a result of the December ice storm, resulting power outages, and the age of the facility itself, we have recently had a structural engineer look at the support structures. There is some likelihood that the old timbers used in the original construction have weakened and we want to fully review the impact of the structural design. This move of our personnel is to provide for the safety of our employees and customers while this review is underway.”
“The banking center and loan officer personnel, located on the first floor of the 6. W Jackson Street office will remain at this location. These offices are not impacted by the roof condition as they occupy space built in a separate building,” Limbert continued. “The personnel being moved generally do not have direct customer contact although they will be available to meet with customers, if need be at their new offices, or reached via their same phone numbers.”
“We made this decision, virtually overnight, after meeting with the engineers and contractors involved in the building’s prior remodeling. We will finalize a decision as to remodeling or removal of the roof within the next two weeks,” he concluded.