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You may have read about the computer security bug called "Heartbleed" that has potentially exposed information on some web sites including user names and passwords.
Capital One’s online banking system is not vulnerable to Heartbleed. However, it is always a good idea to change your passwords as a precaution.
Protecting customer information is a top priority, and we have a sophisticated information security program in place. Our multi-layered defense system consists of preventative, detective and response controls managed by a team dedicated to tracking threats as they emerge. These layers of defense include firewalls, anti-virus protection, data leakage prevention technologies, rigorous monitoring and tracking systems.
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