Site Security

When you use a credit card, debit card, or an online check to do business on the Site, we protect the integrity and privacy of your account information with advanced technology. Broward County's systems use Internet data encryption technology, known as the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol (SHTTP), and Secure Electronic Transactions (SET).

Broward County makes no representation and assumes no responsibility or liability concerning the accuracy of the information or for any loss which might result to the user through the use of this Site. Please be aware that in the event unauthorized access, unauthorized disclosure, third party intervention, or any loss occurs due to error, omission, or inaccurate information being displayed on this Site, Broward County reserves the right to recover any such damages including any applicable fees, taxes or other funds owed Broward County.

Access to the Site is at the risk of the user. The user must take any and all appropriate steps to maintain the security of the data you are transmitting or receiving from the Site, as well as any information stored on your local computer.

Last modified: July 16, 2014.