The Monroe County Information Technology Department is committed to cybersecurity education for the County, our employees, and our constituents.
"The FBI reports that 800,000 cyber crime-related complaints were filed in 2022. Meanwhile, total losses were over $10 billion, shattering 2021’s total of $6.9 billion, according to the bureau’s Internet Crime Complaint Center" Please utilize the free resources provided by Monroe and our government partners to educate yourself and inform your friends and families. You can find helpful videos in the carousel below as well as free training, pamphlets, and information within the Cybersecurity Awareness sub-page.
Please use the arrows on the right and left of the carousel below to view cybersecurity related videos and infographics
It is our mission to ensure the continuous availability of technical resources and the continued enhancement of technical solutions designed to address the business objective of our customer departments and their customers, the general public.
The Information Technology Department is responsible for providing support and counsel to County Technology users regarding the application of technology to the successful fulfillment of their job responsibility.