Are Automatic Security Tokens secure?
Yes. Using an Automatic Security Token is equally secure as using your e-token or physical security token.
Behind the scenes the same technology is being applied, the entry of the 6-digit security code is just automated for your convenience.
By registering your device as an Automatic Security Token, you have chosen to trust your device as the second level of authentication. When using an Automatic Security Token enabled device, the 6-digit code is automatically sent for every payment flow for maximum security regardless of your Security Token Settings.
You will no longer see token fields when using the Bendigo Bank app, but the 6-digit code is still being entered and authenticated for you.
You can view the status of your Automatic Security Tokens by selecting Settings > Manage Devices.
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