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.

Mission

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

Policies

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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    Stay Safe from Tax Scams

    As people seek to file their tax returns this year, cybercriminals will be busy trying to take advantage through a variety of scams. Read on...
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    Data Privacy Day

    Your privacy is your responsibility. Read on...
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  1. Patch and Update

    One of the most effective ways you can protect your computer at home is to make sure both the operating system and your applications are patched and updated. Enable automatic updating whenever possible.

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  2. Unique Passwords

    Make sure each of your accounts has a separate, unique password. Can't remember all of your passwords/passphrases? Consider using a password manager to securely store all of them for you.

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  3. 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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