"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 | March 9, 2012
CSB Announces Promotion of Brett Gallion
Eddie Steiner, President of The Commercial & Savings Bank (CSB) recently announced the promotion of Brett A. Gallion to the position of Assistant Vice President of CSB. Gallion currently serves as a Project Analyst for CSB and will continue in that role, focusing on the development of various strategies throughout the bank.
“Brett has continued to demonstrate exceptional leadership, dedication and enthusiasm for the advancement of our Company,” stated Steiner. “Over the past year, Brett has led several significant projects for CSB.”
Gallion joined CSB in 2004 while attending West Holmes High School, working in the Bank’s Marketing Department and Banking Centers. Upon graduating from West Holmes, Gallion continued his employment at CSB, serving as the Berlin Banking Center Manager, while attending college. He graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude in August 2010.
Gallion resides in Millersburg and is active throughout the Holmes County community. He currently serves as a board member of Historic Downtown Millersburg, enjoys attending benefit auctions and volunteers at many civic events. He can be reached at 330.674.9015.