At Unicaja Banco, we have the necessary measures to ensure that your transactions and queries have the highest level of security.
To this end, Unicaja Banco provides a secure environment for both transactions and queries made through its website and all forms existing there that contain personal data. To check that you are on a secure website, the web address should start with https://. The latest versions of browsers support these types of certificate, indicating the authenticity of the website visited.
Additionally, together with the image of the security lock, it also includes information about the Legal Company that owns the accessed website (in our case, UNICAJA BANCO, SA). By clicking on this area, you can obtain information about the certificate used.
If, on the other hand, the address bar appears shaded in red, beware of that site as it could be fraudulent.
If you use browser versions that do not support these features, the address bar will not appear shaded.
Our portal, https://www.unicajabanco.es/, is in a secure web area.
All information exchanged between your computer and Unicaja Banco's web server undergoes an encryption process that prevents unauthorised third parties from accessing the information or intercepting communications between the customer and the bank. This encryption is based on the TLS protocol and uses 256-bit encryption keys.
The Unicaja Banco web server has been certified by DigiCert, an international certifying authority, so that you can rest assured that you are really connected to Unicaja Banco.
The servers are protected by the most advanced technology available.