A Shred Event in September & Two Cybersecurity Education Events in October

Ixonia Bank is pleased to announce that it is hosting events this Fall to help reduce and prevent identity theft occurrences in its local communities.


On Saturday, September 28, from 10AM until Noon, there will be a FREE Shred Event at the Bank’s Oconomowoc Summit location (1223 E Summit Avenue, Oconomowoc). Partnering with Shred-It Paper Shredding Service, individuals who take advantage of this event can further guard their personal information by safely disposing of confidential documents.  Bring up to 3 storage boxes (approximately 12”Wx16”Lx10”H in size) of documents such as utility or credit card statements, or outdated tax documents to be destroyed on-site.


We know many aspects of cybersecurity can be overwhelming, and so Ixonia Bank is hosting  a FREE Cybersecurity Awareness program that will help empower people to take the necessary steps to protect their information and money.  A representative from the Wisconsin Bureau of Consumer Protection, will present information on how to recognize & prevent identity theft, how to spot the red flags of a scam, and what to do if affected by a data breach.  There will be two opportunities to attend a presentation:

  1. Tuesday, October 1, 2019 @ 3:00PM
    Shorehaven – Roehl Auditorium
    1306 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Oconomowoc
  2. Saturday, October 5, 2019 @ 10:00AM
    Ixonia Bank – Community Room
    W1046 Marietta Avenue, Ixonia

To register for a Cybersecurity Awareness event, please call Josh Effinger, Marketing Associate, at 920-262-2264 or email jeffinger@ixoniabank.com.  Or, visit Eventbrite and search “Ixonia Bank.”

For more information about any of these events, please speak to a banker at any of our locations.

About Ixonia Bank

For 100 years, Ixonia Bank has been offering a full suite of business banking products and an array of financial services including personal checking, savings, loans, and wealth management services. Ixonia Bank was established in 1918 in Ixonia, Wisconsin; since then the Bank has grown to offer services at six locations throughout Waukesha and Jefferson Counties. To learn more about Ixonia Bank, please visit the Bank’s website at www.ixoniabank.com