Secure Jeffco

The Chief Security Information Officer at Jefferson County brings you important information about the latest cyber security threats, scams and tips on how to avoid being a victim.


Appropriately safeguarding Jefferson County business operations by understanding and aligning security initiatives with risk.


Report a Cyber Security Concern

Do you have a cyber security concern? View our Cyber Security Concern page to learn more about the places to which you can report what you feel may be a threat or cyber security concern.

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    Shopping Online Securely

    Learn some simple steps to help ensure you safely and securely get those great deals online. Read on...
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    Your Identity, Your Money, Your Personal Safety

    Learning about the myriad threats to your financial, personal, and online well-being is the most powerful way to protect yourself. Read on...
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  1. Shopping Online Securely

    When shopping online, always use your credit cards instead of a debit card. If any fraud happens, it is far easier to recover your money from a credit card transaction. Gift cards and one-time-use credit card numbers are even more secure.

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  2. Never Give Your Password Over the Phone

    Never give your password to someone over the phone. If someone calls you and asks for your password while saying they are from the Help Desk or Tech Support team, it is an attacker attempting to gain access to your account.

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  3. Never Share Your Passwords

    Never share your passwords with others, including your supervisor or coworkers. Your password is a secret; it only works if only you know it. If anyone else knows your password, you may be responsible for their actions.

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