Security Promise


Security and Privacy at MidSouth Bank
At MidSouth Bank we understand the importance of protecting the confidentiality of your personal information. Here is some information to help keep your information secure.

MidSouth Bank Privacy Policy
The purpose of this policy is to protect your personal information when you conduct business in our banking centers. Click Here for your "Opt-In or Opt-Out" Privacy Policy form.

Phishing/On-line Theft/Identity Theft
It is important to remember that, for confidentiality purposes, MidSouth Bank will never email, text or call you to ask for any specific information including but not limited to your account number, password, ATM.Debit Card number or ATM Personal Identification Number (PIN). Any questions or concerns please contact us at (337)237-8343 in Lafayette and (800)213-BANK (2265) outside Lafayette.

To learn more about Consumer Protection from the Federal Trade Commission, please visit their site: Federal Trade Commission.

Learn how not to be an Online Victim: How to Guard Against Internet Thieves and Electronic Scams from the FDIC.

MidSouth Online Banking Security Requirements
MidSouth Online Banking engages the most current online banking security features in order to provide a solid security environment. MidSouth Online Banking requires the use of 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption. To gain access to Online Banking, you may have to upgrade your web browser software. Click here to learn more about the enhanced security for Online Banking.

MidSouth Online Privacy Policy
The purpose of this policy is to protect your personal information on the Internet the same way we have when you conducted business with us in our banking centers, over the phone, or through an ATM. View our Online Privacy Policy here.