- About Midland
Only our URL has changed, but with this simple change come additional security features designed to keep your personal and financial information safe.
With our transition to midland.bank now complete, Midland National Bank customers can be assured that when they visit our website, or communicate with us electronically, enhanced security and verification requirements are in place in order to reduce the risk of cyber threats and enable us to continue to build on our highly-trusted secure environment.
I don’t see many other banks moving to .BANK, why did Midland?
We believe our customers deserve the best online security that we can offer, and we are proud to be the first financial institution in Harvey County, as well as one of the few banks in the nation to have made this transition. We take the security of our customers' information very seriously and therefore chose to take this extra step to give Midland National Bank customers peace of mind when banking with us online. We believe that the .BANK domain provides an additional layer of security that the other top level domains such as .com do not.
Why is .BANK more secure?
.BANK domains signify that a company has been verified as legitimate and is committed to implementing the additional and mandatory security requirements that go beyond existing standards. Only verified banks are allowed to use the .BANK domain. Therefore, when you see a domain which ends in .BANK, you can be assured that you are dealing with a legitimate, verified financial institution.
Because of the additional security measures taken in the verification process, cybercriminals can be identified and denied the right to obtain a .BANK domain name. Therefore, the .BANK environment provides an enhanced level of security against imposter sites and peace of mind for our customers and business partners.
What are the enhanced security requirements in .BANK?
Please Note: Our old "midlandnb.com" URL will continue to redirect to "midland.bank", but be sure to update your bookmarks accordingly. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about our transition to "midland.bank".