Adams Bank & Trust in Ogallala, Neb., took its servers offline, disabling transactions using online banking and its mobile app, after being alerted to unusual activity “indicative of a cybersecurity threat.”
The $1.3 billion-asset bank disclosed the issue on Tuesday via its Facebook page. The bank said it had hired third-party specialists to assist in investigating the activity and validating the security and integrity of its systems.
“While we are still working to reinstate access to online and mobile banking, we want to assure you that our branch locations are open as usual and that your routine financial services are available,” the bank said in a Friday update.
Adams Bank & Trust said there is no evidence that customer information was accessed. The bank said it is providing extended customer service hours over the weekend.